Generation and Nia Project host the African History Month Inter
Schools Challenge in Ipswich
History Month this year saw a successful collaboration with Every
Generation and Nia Project, an organisation founded by Del White
in Ipswich to educate and inform people of Ipswich's black presence
in its history.
the 100 Great Black Britons website, we formulated a University
Challenge type competition that saw 5 schools in Ipswich take
up the challenge to see what how much they knew about the individuals
featured on the 100 Great Black Britons site. One morning in October,
St Joseph's, Northgate High, Chantry, Thurleston and Holywells
schools, their teachers and supporters gathered in St Joseph's
library (many thanks to them for hosting the day) to see which
school would emerge as champion.
congratulations to Northgate High, who won, and well done to the
other schools who did very well by giving their best on the day!
The children wait for things to get going
The air is tense with excitement
Come on, Northgate!
Angelina and Patrick add up the scores
Del White of Nia Project,with Patrick and Angelina
Del presents Chantry with their certificates
Northgate, the champions!
Patrick engages with the students
Holywells recieve their certificates
Patrick presenting prizes from Every Generation
Northgate receive the cup
Thurleston with their certificates
With the teachers
St Josephs with their certificates
A job well done -thanks to the teachers for
working so well with the students!