Our vision and mission

Our vision is to build a world where children grow up to achieve their full potential with appreciation and respect for others who have different cultural and racial backgrounds.

To offer a first-hand perspective to young people on the diversity of the African continent, peoples and cultures

To prepare young people for life in the fast growing multicultural and multiracial country that Britain is fast becoming

To create opportunities for teachers to grow and develop in their practice so that they in turn can help students grow and develop their knowledge and ability to think critically

Latest News

January 30, 2018
InsightAfricaUk Educators and leadership conference 2018

Educators and Leadership Conference

Educators are life-givers and they are liberators. It takes a big heart to shape little minds. They are the heroes who lose sleep over other people’s […]
January 3, 2018

Summer school

Insight Africa UK Summer School for young people between 10 to 17 years old Prices and Dates 2018 Courses – General English Programme 5% early bird […]
December 11, 2017

Educators and Leadership Conference 2017 Review

The Educators & Leadership Conference 2017 was organised by Insight Africa UK in partnership with the University of Leicester with the aim of providing quality training, […]
February 13, 2016

Action Research Challenges

Action Research is a disciplined process of inquiry conducted by and for those taking the action. The primary reason for engaging in action research is to assist the “actor” in improving and/or refining his or her actions.
February 13, 2016

What’s the basis of good student assessment?

Arguably, no topic in education calls up more anxiety for teachers or students as those around demonstrating the teaching and learning of mandated learning outcomes. In recent years, this is made absolutely plain through the setting up and reporting through 'league tables', which now operate internationally through the OECD's PISA tables and at the level of different national government through national literacy testing, for instance.
February 12, 2016

Are You Designing The Curriculum?

In the 'good old days', teachers wrote teaching programmes which they would present to their Head of Department or to the Deputy responsible for curriculum. Today, the word 'design' has entered into everyday teaching in subjects which have nothing to do with graphic arts or other arts-based subjects which were the natural home of design and designers.

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