Chickenshed's new production "as the mother of a brown boy…" follows a real life and a very real death of a mixed race boy in 21st century London.
How do parents of different backgrounds bring their children up to have a sense of who they are? We are looking for parents who are from different racial, ethnic or faith backgrounds, to take part in a research project about what is important to them in bringing up their children.
Date: SATURDAY 3RD JUNE 2006 Time: 11am-5pm Location: Ealing Friends Meeting House, 17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE
Research into the educational needs of mixed heritage pupils carried out by L.Tikly, C.Caballero, J.Haynes, and J.Hill of Bristol University was presented by Chamion Caballero at our 2005 AGM. In March 2003 the researchers, in collaboration with Birmingham Education Authority, interviewed pupils, parents and staff in ten schools as well as Ethnic Minority Achievement Service …
SATURDAY 16th JULY 2005 Time:11am-5pm Location: Ealing Friends Meeting House, 17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE
September 2004 Mixed race children have been over represented in the public care system for too long and now a new report shows that mixed race children are also much more likely to be excluded from school and to be considered as problems. The report 'Understanding the Educational Needs of Mixed Heritage Children' recommends that …
Date: SATURDAY 26th JUNE 2004 Time: 11:30am-5.15pm Location: Ealing Friends Meeting House, 17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE Speakers, discussions and great company