Useful resources for families


Add to shortlist

Diversity Matters 

Diversity means understanding and accepting that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.

Below you can find some information and resources to promote diversity in children which we hope you will find helpful: 

Black, Asian and Ethnic minorities

Blue Peter - How you can help stop racism

BBC - How to talk to your children about Black Lives Matter

CBeebies – Anti-racism videos

BBC teach hub learning resources

BBC teach learning resource - Black history

View this short video from the BBC entitled 'What is white privilege? - BBC Bitesize'

Learn about the Windrush generation

Useful Black History organisations and links

View this short video from the BBC entitled 'Everyday Racism' (4m)

Parents guide to Black Lives Matter

Useful resource for young people:

Special educational needs and disability (SEND)

View CBeebies Everyone's welcome clip

Every mind matters short video about supporting children's mental health.


Kenny Lives With Erica and Martina by Olly Pike (external site)

Beliefs and cultural backgrounds

BBC Bitesize: religious education (external site)


Page last reviewed: 08/03/2024

Skip back to top of page