Diversify offers FREE Lockdown Lesson for Homeschooling

1st February 2021

As a response to school closures, Diversify have developed free social inclusion resources to support parents with homeschooling. The 4th in the series covers LDisbaility Inclusion.

New Sessions are released every Friday throughout lockdown. Follow them and keep an eye on their social media for updates and releases of extra activities.

Go to the dedicated Family Zone  - https://diversifynow.co.uk/family-zone/

The fourth release is now available - the resource accompanies the short ‘Tamara’.

Tamara is a short film that was produced in 2013 by 22 artists. The story introduces a girl that is driven by her passion and love for dance. Tamara, who despite her disability (she is deaf) wants to become a dancer. Although she cannot listen to the music, Tamara feels it without it being an impediment to fight for her dream and achieve it.

Here is the direct link - https://diversifynow.co.uk/family-zone/tamara-disability-inclusion/

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