Welcome to Tiny Travels
Interactive Cultural Educational Sessions for Children
Tiny Travels Anti-Racism Education CIC provides children in Devon the opportunity to learn about different cultures in a fun, educational way with the mission to help combat racism in the British countryside. Our aim is for all children to grow up to respect and embrace people from all cultural backgrounds and we do this through interactive cultural educational sessions in nurseries, schools, libraries, family community events as well as providing anti-racism training to the adults helping to raise the next generation.
Our Cultural Educational Sessions and Custom Made Round The World setups are entirely mobile meaning we come to your school, nursery, library, festival, playgroup or community centre to help your children have fun whilst learning about our amazing world!
Interactive Global Learning
Colourful, child-size backdrops of photos showing celebrations, art, dress, landscapes created by women designers from each country.
Custom made world foods. These are Pakistani vegetables made from felt. Red carrots are used to make curries and deserts like sweet Halwa.
Instruments and musical buttons to press with language/songs from that country. This is a Vietnamese Chun Mo (a percussion instrument).
Crafts, toys, textiles from different countries. This is a bag woven by a woman called Christina of the Wayuu indigenous people of Colombia.
- Expose children to different cultures from a very young age to interrupt generational cycles of racism in areas of the UK that greatly lacks cultural diversity.
- Inspire a love of learning about the world and cultures of the world.
- Contribute to helping nurture children, educate their caregivers and their wider families to value, welcome, and respect all people, by providing a space where our differences are wholeheartedly celebrated.
- Provide a welcoming environment for children to feel proud of themselves and their families’ culture and heritage, wherever that may be from.
Tiny Travels vision is of a fully equal society where all children can feel free and safe from changing or minimising their identity to fit into the dominant culture so that all children can live in their full humanity.