St Paul's Steiner

Diversity resources

As part of their work on diversity and inclusion at St Paul's, the Diversity Group has been  looking at our library and adding resources to ensure it is inclusive and promotes equality.

Here you will find a list of the books titles that have recently been purchased with funds from the St Paul's Community Group - SPCG - as well as the school budget.

The focus so far has been books with black protagonists, or that connect with Black history and promote anti-racism.

These books are now in the school library and in classrooms and kindergartens, and have supported the teaching during Black History Month.

Work on the library continues - the focus next will be on LGBTQIA+, followed by disability and neurodiversity.

Kindergarten

Baby Goes to Market,Splash! Anna Hibiscus- Atinuke

Busy Fingers - C W Bowie

Let's feed the ducks - Pamela Venus

Handa's Surprise and Handa's Hen -Eileen Browne

We are Together - Britta Teckentrup

Alfie - Thyra Heder

Through the Rainbow - Lou Harvey-Zahra

The Snowy Day, Whistle for Willie,Hi Cat! - Jack Ezra Keats

Blackberry Blue and other fairy tales - Jamila Gavin

No Dinner - Jessica Souhami

Hummingbird - Nicola Davies

My Nanna's Garden - Dawn Casey

Mrs Noah's Garden - Jackie Morris

Chinye - Obi Onyefulu

Flock Gemma Koomen

Over and Under the Pond - Kate Messner

All are Welcome - Alexandra Penfold

Sulwe - Lupita Nyong'o

Mama Panya's Pancake - Mary and Rich Chamberlin

Growing Good - Bernard Ashley

Mirandy and Brother Wind - Patricia McKissack

Classes I - III

Happy in our Skin - Fran Manushkin

Anna Hibiscus, Africa Amazing Africa - Atinuke

Chanra's Magic Light - Theresa Heine

Cinnamon - Neil Gaiman

Hey Water, A New Green Day - Antoinette Portis

The Honey Hunters - Francesca Martin

Being Ben - Jacqueline Roy

So Much - Trish Cooke

Amazing Grace - Mary Hoffman

The Infinite - Patience Agbabi

Precious and the Monkeys, The Girl Who Married a Lion - Alexander McCall Smith

Racism and Intolerance - Louise Spilsbury

 

Classes IV - VIII

Black and British - a short esssential history - David Olusoga

The Lotteries Plus One, The Lotteries More or Less by Emma Donoghue

Asha and the Sprit Bird - Jasbinder Bilan

White Fox - Chen Jiatong

Amal Unbound - Aisha Saeed

Dragon Mountain - Katie and Kevin Tsang

Young, Gifted and Black - Jamia Wilson

Patina, Ghost, Sunny, Lu, Look Both Ways - Jason Reynolds

High Rise Mystery - Sharna Jackson

Blast off into Space with Mae Jamison - Caroline Moss

Noughts and Crosses - Malorie Blackman

Blonde Roots, Girl, Woman, Other - Bernadine Evaristo

12 Years a Slave - Solomon Northup

I am Malala - Malala Yousafzai

Anita and Me - Meera Syal

Taking Flight - from war orphan to star ballerina - Michaela DePrince

Running with the Kenyans - Anaharandan Finn

I will not be erased - gal-dem

Mother Country - Real Stories of the Windrush Children - Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff

Rise up - the art of protest - Jo Rippon

Becoming - Michelle Obama