Mapping our Migration Story
How has the Windrush Generation alongside South Asian immigrants post-WWII contributed to the growth of modern Britain?
In this elective, students have been exploring migration to Britain post-World War Two from the Caribbean and South Asia. They have had the professional role of academics in writing essays and tackling extended reading.
A key point of enquiry has been ‘How did Black and Asian communities face up to adversity?’ This has allowed students to think critically about the cultural and political richness minority ethnic communities have added to modern Britain.
What The Teachers say!
Our students have made me so proud throughout this elective. They have maintained respect and maturity when exploring difficult issues, as well as pouring so much energy into understanding Britain’s multicultural past.