The CarAf Centre has spent some time collating useful and informative, information and resources, some available over the world wide web and others which we have produced or collaborated on its production.   We hope you find the information useful.  Should you come across any resource that you think we could promote then let us know and we’ll try and share it with everyone.  Just send us a message via our ‘Contact Us’ page.


We are offering you a list of useful links to websites which will help you to find information about


- Online Learning

- Learning Agencies, Resources and other Agencies

Online Black History Resources

The British Museum in collaboration with The CarAf Centre have launched an on-line Black history resource.  The resources are primarily aimed at the Key Stage 3 module on the development of trade, colonisation, industrialisation and technology, especially the defined sections on African Civilisations, the Slave Trade, and the British Empire. However they can also be used to teach different Key Stages and age groups, and a broader range of topics, including Diversity and Black History.

The resource consists of:

  1. Teachers Notes: providing background information as well as reading lists and a specimen lesson plan.

  2. Student Work Sheets: which can be used as part of normal teaching or as homework.

  3. Presentations: which give an introduction and an overview to the section, which is suitable for whole class teaching.

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Academic Achievement of Nigerian and Ghanaian Students

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A report on the factors leading to success in the academic achievement of Nigerian and Ghanaian pupils of school age in the North London borough of Camden

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