In response to the Runnymede Trust’s ‘Bristol: a city divided’ report, and to link with Bristol’s One City Plan, the One Bristol Curriculum is a new and exciting contribution towards addressing racial inequalities, improving educational outcomes and enhancing tolerance and trust within schools and communities in the city.
The One Bristol Curriculum will be a phased approach developed by the Race Equality on Education Group, Bristol Music Trust and the wider community.
To encourage schools to engage with BAME heritage and culture, alternative curriculum ideas and lesson plans will be broadened to include:
- Content that includes past and present life experiences of BAME communities
- Achievements of people with BAME heritage
- Scientists, historians, architects and social commentators from Global Majority backgrounds
- Community enrichment projects
- Access to role models.
If you’re a teacher who’s interested in getting involved with the development of the One Bristol Curriculum, please complete this short survey.
Alternatively, if you’re a community practitioner, please complete this survey.