Geraldine Trotman, Black History Patron for Wales, speaks to NAHT's Natalie Arnett about her lifelong friend, champion of multiculturalism and Wales' first Black head teacher Betty Campbell.
Betty was born in Butetown, Cardiff, in 1934. She qualified as a teacher in the 1960s and later became head teacher at Butetown’s Mount Stuart Primary School, where she made sure her pupils learned about the positive contribution made to British society by people of colour.
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First published 12 October 2021