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Language of the Month - Newbury Park Primary School
Free language resources developed by Newbury Park Primary School in Redbridge - a national winner in the CiLT National Centre for Languages Award in 2005.
LBGT History Month
LGBT History Month is an opportunity for all of us to learn more about the histories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Britain and Northern Ireland.
LCL International Ltd
Languages bookshop specialising in EFL, ESOL and Foreign Language books.
A site that offers support for teachers wishing to explore Africa in the classroom.
Learning Curve is a free online teaching and learning resource, following the History National Curriculum from Key Stages 2 to 5.
Leeds - Black and Asian culture and politics
Academic writing about the Black and Asian populations in Leeds.
Leeds Development Education Centre
Leeds DEC is an educational charity that aims to raise awareness of global sustainable development issues with people in West Yorkshire.
Leeds Vietnamese Community Association
Advice including issues about refugees, benefits, housing, homelessness, education, employment, training and setting up business for the Vietnamese community.
Leeds West Indian Carnival
Photos of the carnival in Leeds since 1970.
Legacy by Tyne and Wear Archives
Legacy aims to build and promote a greater understanding and knowledge of Tyne and Wear's cultural identity by bringing together the forces of historical documents and the power of words. Creating greater access to culturally diverse archives and engaging new users from minority ethnic communities is the Legacy mission.
Leicestershire Library Services for Education
Teachers resource centre also available to local faith/community groups offering curriculum-related artefacts, books, non-book and multi-media materials for Religious and Multicultural Education, PHSE and Citizenship.
Let Us Die Like Brothers
A CD-ROM for upper KS2 and KS3 pupils, created to explore the contribution and sacrifices that black South Africans made in World War I, through documentary evidence and the dramatised story of one young Xhosa boy who enlisted at the time.
Let's Make a Difference: teaching anti-racism in primary schools
A resource for teachers at Key Stages One and Two. An excellent resource to help tackle the difficult topic of racism using insights from Jewish teaching and experience.
Lewisham Black History Map
In October 2000 10 Lewisham schools and community organisations were invited to be part of Channel 4 Television's Black History Map project.
Lewisham School Improvement Team
Teacher training ideas; peer coaching; demonstration lessons.
Photographs and stories of families living in the London Borough of Lewisham.
Life of the Buddha interactive
Online interactive resources telling the story of the Buddha\\\'s life.
Lifeline Expedition - The March of the Abolitionists
The final stage of the epic seven year Lifeline Expedition journey will conclude in 2007 with the March of the Abolitionists which is a National Project for the Bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade.
Ligali, which began in 2000, is an African British organisation aiming to challenge the misrepresentation of AFrican people within all forms of media.
Link Community Development
The Link Schools Programme facilitates mutually beneficial partnerships between over 700 schools in the UK, Ghana, Uganda, South Africa and Malawi.
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