They arrived in Britain after 1948, and went on to have such a significant impact on life in Britain.
Students first listen to Lord Kitchener’s famous song ‘London is the Place for Me’, identifying within the song’s lyrics any reasons for Caribbean migrants’ arrival in Britain.
Then, students look at three case studies, exploring the experiences of real men and women (including Baroness Floella Benjamin) who made their homes in Britain during this period.
Finally, students are equipped to respond to the enquiry question, and are challenged to include as many key words and historical phrases in their answers as they can.
- Lesson presentation: PowerPoint
- Lesson write-up: PDF
- Worksheet 1 & 2: PDF