The national curriculum and society in general, currently falls short in regards to making the educational experience something that people from an African and Caribbean background can relate too.
The basis of the programme is to teach a curriculum of courses from an Afro-Centric perspective.
The programme will cover the main core subjects, including History (before slavery), African Mathethics, Ancient Science, Geography, Spirituality, Politics & Government as well as practical and vocational subjects such as dressmaking, natural afro hair maintenance, woodwork , media studies, electronics, plus many more subjects.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
This programme aims to fill this gap, underpinned by the fact that every subject will be taught from the perspective of African and Afro Caribbean culture. Much like what Jewish Schools, Greek Schools and Muslim Schools currently do to address the needs of their community, ACHEP will seek to do the same. The programme will be designed to help the growing need for the African and Caribbean community to have a real connection to the past in order to move forward in for a better and more productive future. The benefits to society as a whole are more a cultured, happy minority group to promote a realistic and futuristic multicultural society.
Steps to get it done:
The programme will be running a mini project in conjunction with LUV FM, where will be obtaining primary data (comments, views, and feedback) to help us launch the full project.
About the space
St Johns Centre (currently)
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