Carnegie Education

Windrush Day

22nd June 2020 marked ‘Windrush Day’ a commemoration of the ‘Windrush generation’ – those who moved to the UK from the Caribbean, following a successful campaign led by Patrick Vernon which brought about the first commemorative event in 2018. The date was chosen to mark the date of the Empire Windrush ship bringing its first group of migrants to the UK from Jamaica to Tilbury Docks. 
Lisa Thomas-Brown is a secondary school teacher based in London with 18 years’ experience teaching across the Humanities. She has worked as a Head of Department in two schools as well as working in Child Protection. She is currently working in a PRU (Pupil referral unit) in London.
She is a first year part time PhD student studying Race and Education leadership with the Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University.
Read Lisa's full article piece here.

The Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality (CRED) was established to undertake research related to race and racism in education.  In collaboration with academic and educational professionals the Centre aims to challenge everyday racism and structural race inequalities in education through research, evidence-based practice and the professional development of pre-service and in-service teachers nationally and internationally. Visit the website here.