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Black History Week

This year's theme for Black History Week is

‘Proud To Be’.

 

We focused on inspirational people from a Black and Brown background who have overcome challenges to achieve their dreams and to inspire others.

 

We had great discussions, activities and visitors to celebrate these heroes and thought about what makes us proud.

 

Have a look at our fantastic work to find out more...

 

What our children said about Black History Week.

 

"Martin Luther was brave, he fought for equal rights and stood up to racism"

- year 2

 

"It taught us to not just be kind to our own colour, but to everyone"

- Janelle, year 6

 

"Treat everybody equally, regardless of skin colour"

- Isla, year 4

A Parents Guide to Black Lives Matter

Click the image below for a useful Parent’s Guide to Black Live Matter. Offering resources, activities and tips for families to empower our children to work towards racial equality. A copy of the guide is available for reference in the PTA Hub by the Key Stage 1 entrance.

 

 

Some of our recommendations are: 

Websites: page 23: Your kids aren’t too young to talk about race, page 24: 100 Great Black Britons

Podcast: page 25 Life Kit: Parents. Talking Race with young children About Race

Films: Queen Katwe (PG), The Princess and the Frog (PG)

 

Black History Week 2020

Claudia Jones

Mary Seacole

A Documentary about Mary Seacole, by Year 2

Still image for this video

Ruby Bridges

Walter Tull

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