Windrush Cymru: Learning resources

This learning resource is informed by content collected as part of Race Council Cymru’s project, Windrush Cymru – Our Voices, Our Stories, Our Histories. The themes have emerged from the stories and memories shared by participants of that project.

This resource pack contains a fictional story and a factual resource:

  • Windrush to Wales:  A fictional story based on real-life experiences. Follow the Thompson family on their journey from Jamaica to Butetown.
  • Windrush Cymru: Listen to the real-life stories of the Windrush families that came to Wales. Discover photographs, sound archives and themed class discussions.

School Resource: Camden Migration Histories

This resource pack, created by the Migration Museum and Open City, supports schools to learn about Camden migration stories. There is a migration map of Camden and four case studies, with accompanying activities to do in school. The case studies are ‘Irish in London’, ‘Kenwood House and Dido Belle’, ‘Arthur Rimbaud & Paul Verlaine’ and ‘ Little Italy and St Peter’s Church’.

Telling Our Stories Devon

Telling Our Stories is a community heritage and oral history project, which shares and celebrates the hidden histories of Devon’s diverse and multicultural communities, past and present.

This resource shares the stories of Devon’s multicultural history and has a number of activities for schools,  suitable for Key Stage 2, 3 and 4.

Samosa Media Educational Resources

Samosa Media has created a set of educational resources for teachers and students, working at Key Stage 4, Sixth Form, FE Colleges and Universities. These resources have been developed off the back of Samosa media talks and workshop programmes. Resources include classroom materials that cover debating, identity, culture, diversity, bullying, conflict and how to research and film a student Question Time. Other resources include teaching materials related to our arts production work with the National Theatre and Lahore Museum.