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North London Schools

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South London Schools

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East London

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West London

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Birmingham

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Manchester

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Leicester

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Scotland

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"I am so greatful to NABSS for this website and the work involved. This is so necessary as I have searched for so long to find a Black Saturday schooling for my local area. Well done!"

Cynthia

If you would like to set up your own supplementary school 

then you will need to consider: 

 

1. Premises,  either a library space,  local community centre,  space in a school or in somebody's home

(depending on number of children)

 

2. Lesson plans: Look at what you and your team are able to teach or you can even have the children bring in their homework (homework club) 

 

3. If you and your team are to be with other people's children without the presence of their parents then you will need a Working With Children Check:

http://www.workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au/home/about+the+check/

 

4. Resources:  Your local school may help with books etc if you ask nicely,  there is plenty videos on YouTube that can be used. NABSS can recommend some cultural organisations based in the UK you can contact for information,  websites and books. 

 

You can also contact Brother Lord McMensa who runs 17 Pan Afrikan Supplementary Schools around the world, including USA, Scotland and Australia under the name of the  Kwame Nkrumah Academy for free training:

 

elmensah@yahoo.com

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