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On Friday 16th October we will be supporting the Stand Up to Racism Movement by wearing red in school.  All classes will be exploring age-appropriate books that deal with racism in way that young children can understand.  Here is the link to the Wear Red Day website if you would like some more information:

https://www.theredcard.org/news/2020/6/2/wear-red-day-2020

Some of us will be listening to the following bedtime story on BBC iplayer, here is the link if you would like to watch it with your child:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000n2tz/cbeebies-bedtime-stories-768-david-olusoga-coming-to-england

Here are just some of the diverse books we will be reading:

 

             

 

Please try and take time to ask your child what they have been learning about during Wear Red Day.  Conversations at home are so important to help embed the learning they have done in school.  Thank you for your support!

UPDATE – a huge thank you to all of you who donated to help fund the further education of children around the issue of racism.  Together you all raised £105.00 that is fantastic and very generous!