Humanities and social sciences marks BHM

Humanities and social sciences marks BHM


Ama Bartholomew
Ama Bartholomew
Humanities and social sciences marks BHM

As part of raising awareness about Black History month, students in year 7 geography had to do research about the former British colonies of Africa and the Caribbean Islands. For the task students also had to find out how and what these former colonies contributed to the building and sustaining of the British empire, they also had to find out what these colonies gained from the British empire.

The history department has been looking at the contribution of the colonies in the trenches during the first and second world wars.

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