Through Anti Bullying Week each class looked at issues relating to prejudice and bias.
The Migration Museum has been supporting staff and pupils to learn all about Migration.
The pupils were asked to complete tasks with their parents to discuss if they have a migratory background or if members of their family have emigrated to other countries. This was explored further in school through activities and there was a special assembly were we celebrated all of our work on migration.
Share Knowsley have also been working with staff and pupils to teach us about the people that seek sanctuary, the challenges they face and the support they might need.
Hope Not Hate
Hope Not Hate Organisation has come into school to support staff and pupils in Key Stage 2 through the topics of stereotyping, tackling harmful language, values and identity.
A day of Welcome 16.6.23
Our Foundation Stage pupils have been making hearts to be displayed in Kirkby Library as part of the Day of Welcome. These messages have displayed words of kindness and welcome for people seeking sanctuary in the local community.
Refugee Week 19.6.23
Refugee Week is a global movement to promote the rights and opportunities of people living in refugee homes. Throughout this week all children across the three key stages completed activities linked to the plight of refugees and how, as a school we can support refugees in the local community. We came together at the end of the week to celebrate our work.
Black History Month
Miss Wynne Jones has created lots of learning activities throughout the month for all Key stages to celebrate Black History. As a school we will come together on Thursday 26th October to share and celebrate what we have learnt this year. This is what we have completed so far.