Cric!Crac! is an educational programme specifically designed to provide anti-racist and culturally diverse resources, raise the visibility of Black & Mixed Parentage Communities in schools and challenge stereotypes.
What is Cric!Crac!?
Cric!Crac! is a call and response tradition from West African/Caribbean storytelling - when I say Cric! you say Crac! This educational package has developed from a successful pilot. Sessions were delivered at 3 local schools in Brighton and Hove and guided by a steering group of senior teachers, educational professionals and Brighton & Hove Healthy Schools team
We help schools meet duties under Equalities Act 2010 and new Ofsted Framework Literacy, PSHE & SEAL curriculum.
New duties under the Equalities Act 2010 require all schools to publish detail of the equalities work they are doing. Cric!Crac! can help schools to meet these requirements. The package also fulfills parts of the new Ofsted Framework. All of this whilst covering areas of the Literacy, PSHE & SEAL curriculum! Sessions can be linked into specific learning journeys or topics such as space/explores or be timed with yearly topical events such as Black History Month or Anti-bullying week.
NEW! Schools package includes:
Package starts from £300 - dependent on number of sessions year group.
We can also offer Diversity Training with specific sessions on anti-racism for teachers and non-teaching staff.
How can I get my school to sign up to Cric!Crac!?
If you are a parent/carer who would like to see Cric!Crac! in your school, simply download a letter here and hand it in to your school.