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We Are One Poetry Competition Winners

We Are One Poetry Competition Winners 1 RDu Haniyah
We Are One Poetry Competition Winners 2 RKa Eiliyah
We Are One Poetry Competition Winners 3 RPa Adam

We Are One Poetry Competition Runners Up:

We Are One Poetry Competition Runners Up:  1 RKa Malaika
We Are One Poetry Competition Runners Up:  2 RPa Kushagra
We Are One Poetry Competition Runners Up:  3 RPa Sameem

Our Message to the World: We Are One

Our Message to the World: We Are One 1 By Fatima in RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 2 By Ismaeel in RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 3 By Nawal in RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 4 By Levi RKa
Our Message to the World: We Are One 5 By Kushagra RPa
Our Message to the World: We Are One 6 By Malaika RKa
Our Message to the World: We Are One 7 By Yasmine RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 8 By Leon RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 9 By Musa RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 10 By Haniyah RDu
Our Message to the World: We Are One 11 Haniya in RKa
Our Message to the World: We Are One 12 Tawseef in RKa

Anti Racism and Black Lives Matter Stories for free - click on the books on the shelves and listen to them for free!!!

Monday 8th June 2020,

We are deeply saddened by the unlawful killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota on the 25th of May 2020 and we fully condemn all mistreatment of black lives, hate crime and all acts of racism in our society, our community and our world. 

 

Black Lives Matter every day. 

 

We want to spend this week and everyday educating ourselves and our children about equality. To end such events and racism we must join together in solidarity and as a whole community. We need to talk to our children and educate them to raise Right's Respecting citizens for the world. We hope that you would join and support us with this. 

 

We are in this together. 

We are one.

 

#BlackLivesMatter

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Listen to the story of Mixed by Arree Chung, being read by Mrs Seehra

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Watch the author: Arree Chung read the story Mixed

This story talks about how to get along with others and embrace differences.

Can you talk to your grown up about the book and answer the following questions:

 

1. What is the main problem that happens in the story? 

2. How is the problem solved by the end of the story? 

3. What is the message and lessons learned in Mixed? 

Have a go at this week's Mark Making and Creative activities: 

Here are some examples of creative activities linked to the book:

Here are some examples of creative activities linked to the book: 1
Here are some examples of creative activities linked to the book: 2
Here are some examples of creative activities linked to the book: 3
Here are some examples of creative activities linked to the book: 4

Here are a range of books that we recommend to support you with discussions about race and equality with your children:

Here are a range of books that we recommend to support you with discussions about race and equality with your children: 1
Here are a range of books that we recommend to support you with discussions about race and equality with your children: 2
Here are a range of books that we recommend to support you with discussions about race and equality with your children: 3
Here are a range of books that we recommend to support you with discussions about race and equality with your children: 4

The message is loud and clear:

We are one!

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