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William Wilberforce

Teachers' notes

This resource looks at the life and political and social achievements of William Wilberforce, the Hull MP, who was instrumental in the campaign to abolish British involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Wilberforce's Abolition Speech was pivotal in making this happen.


Curriculum Links:

KS1 History Unit 4 – Why do we remember…?

KS2 History Unit 20 – What can we learn about recent history by studying the life of a famous person?

KS2 Art and Design - Visiting a museum, gallery or site

KS2 Art and Design Unit 5C – Talking Textiles

KS2 Art and Design Unit 6b -  What a Performance

KS3 History Unit 22
The role of the individual for good or ill

KS3 History Unit15 – Black peoples of America from slavery to equality?

KS3 Citizenship Unit 4 – Britain a diverse society?

KS3 Art and Design - Art and Design Unit 9B Change your Style

KS3 Music Unit 9 – Music for dance

KS3 PE, Units 1, 2, 3, 4 - Dance Activities

KS4 Citizenship Unit 1
- Human Rights

KS4 Citizenship Unit 3 – Challenging racism and discrimination

KS4 GCSE History – Local History Study, ‘History Around Us’

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