Secondary school and FE teachers, join us for a free CPD session introducing resources to help your pupils think differently about sensitive issues including race, identity and citizenship.
This online session will be led by Creative Schools + Creative Colleges, along with Ali Eisa from Autograph. We’ll be using Autograph’s photographic learning resources, full of diverse and high-quality visual material for use in schools and communities to support students' learning. The resources contain a selection of powerful and emotive portraits documenting Britain’s multicultural history since the 19th century, providing teachers with material to explore a range of subjects and themes across the curriculum.
This CPD session is for secondary school and FE teachers. You can register for a free ticket above, tickets are managed by Creative Schools + Creative Colleges.
This online event will be live-streamed through Zoom. For the best experience, we recommend using the Zoom app on your computer or mobile device. You can download the free software here.
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Autograph Archive Learning Resources were developed with the support of Heritage Lottery Fund
Pages images, from top: 1) Unidentified Sitter. Glasgow, date unknown. By T. W. Stephen. Courtesy of Autograph. 2) Handsworth Self Portrait, by Derek Bishton, Brian Homer and John Reardon. 1979.