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Racism assembly

I hope this message finds you well after the half-term break.


I wanted to inform you that today we held an assembly on racism.  Whilst acts that fall into the category of racism are rare at the school and managed swiftly, it felt prudent with current news events and localised patterns to revisit the theme and educate children once more on how to identify and tackle such acts.


The purpose of this assembly was to ensure that our students are aware of the importance of understanding and addressing racism, as well as the consequences that come with it.

It is crucial for us to educate our children about the impact of racism and the importance of treating others with respect and kindness. By having these conversations and raising awareness, we hope to underpin our inclusive and understanding school community, in and beyond the school grounds.


Parents should be mindful that acts of racism, intentional or otherwise can result in a rapid escalation of the school behaviour policy, including consideration for suspension and exclusion from school.

If you have any questions or concerns about the assembly or would like to discuss this topic further, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Thank you for your continued support in helping us create a safe and welcoming environment for all of our students.


Mr Seargent