Rosa connects to the Life Based Learning approach by making a broader perspective to children’s history available to schools and parents.
Rosa supports schools in the important work of diversifying historical narratives and decolonising the curriculum to tackle prejudice, stereotypes and misconceptions.
She works with schools to implement truly diverse curricula, using continuing professional development, resource development and regular online support.
Her work includes student support with history GCSE and A-level skills within national curriculum requirements.
We see Rosa’s work resonating with Life-Based Learning’s Community theme, one of nine themes through which all subject material is delivered. The subject of history is a crucial aspect in children understanding the roots of what makes Britain what it is today. We also see the diversification of history as vital in the creation of harmony and understanding across the diverse community that makes up Britain.
The following blog highlights Rosa’s work in the context of LBL’s recognition of present day Britain as a richly diverse society.
We blog regularly on the topic of community, society and nation.
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