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Welcome to a Warm! and Colourful! celebration of Black History month at Delta Maria!
Delta Maria has a track record of delivering vibrant, enjoyable and educationally enriching Black History Month events to schools within the Private and Public Sectors of Education.
More than ever before, the celebration of cultural diversity has become of immense importance in children's education today. Teachers and parents now recognise that children who have been exposed to other cultures feel so much safer in our world today. This is because such children are better able to function successfully in any seaport, airport or new environment they may find themselves. Such young people are also so much more rounded and tolerant of other customs and peoples. Delta Maria has collaborated with Waterstones bookshop, Blackwell bookshops and several Manchester Libraries to deliver educationally enriching
Black History Month storytelling experiences to pupils from various schools in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.
Delta Maria core remit is to creates enjoyable and colourful opportunities for young people to experience some of Africa's finest cultures.
The "Curriculum use" Page of the website reveals the rich learning experience children derive from the DeltaMaria storytelling workshops.
Black History Month is a remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora. It is celebrated annually in the United States of America and Canada in February and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the month of October. In the U.S., Black History Month is also referred to as African-American History Month.
The Delta Maria website contains teachers guide on a wide range of books and teaching resources that can be used to celebrate Black History Month at Key stage 1, 2 and 3, 4 and 5
The Delta Maria websites also supplies teachers with a wide range of materials for the teaching of the TRANSATLANTIC Slave Trade.
ELMINA CASTLE posters and plaques can be purchased online from AMAZON via this site.
Teaching resources as well as a teaching guide for the effective delivery and teaching of Britian's modern multicultural history (at key stage 5) is also available from this site.