Training and workshops


Anti- Racism & Black Narratives inclusion Teacher Training

We can provide 1-to-1 and group training for teachers wishing to learn how to embed Black British cultural heritage and African and Afro-Caribbean histories into their everyday teaching.

We also have lesson slides and worksheets available for purchase. Please see our TES page for some examples of our worksheets

We have delivered training to 1,500 teachers over the past 3 years.

Anti-racism in schools

We provide training for school staff and governors looking at best practices for anti-racism in schools.

We also provide assemblies for students, looking at anti-racism and racial wellness in school.

“The Resources and training BLAM UK provided our school were fanstatic. We learnt new, unique and thought provoking concepts. It has changed the way we viewed inclusion of Black narratives in everyday teaching. Many of our staff now feel confident to include Black Narratives in their everyday teaching in a cross- curricula way

Archbishop Tenison School Head of Year 9, Julie Joyce


Anti- Racism training and workshops

We provide anti-racism workshops for companies and organisations.

In these workshops we cover the following topics;

  • Microaggressions, implicit bias and discrimination in the workplace
  • Addressing real life scenarios in the workplace
  • Practical tools for cultivating a culture of anti-racism in the workplace
  • Racial wellness in the workplace
  • & more

We delivered this training to many organisations including; Lancaster University, Hackney Council, CAMHS Stevenage, LUSH, UCL & more

Guest Speaking

The BLAM team are available to speak on your panels, we cover topics such as;

  • Mental health in the Black community
  • School exclusions
  • Advocacy for Black children
  • Being Black in Britain
  • & more

“I liked the pace and framework within with the information was presented”

“The session encouraged me to be braver in having conversations about race and racism, not shying away from it due to my discomfort.”

“BLAM made the space feel safe and interactive. It was great to be able to think through issues and hear other reflect on this”

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