Over the month of October, Year 6 have studied many aspects of Black History: black scientists, musicians, poets, Mary Seacole, British Empire, African slavery and Windrush.
Today was our grand finale and we celebrated by having a Caribbean Day. We ate bun and cheese, dumpling, coconuts, guineps and even cooked banana fritters too.
Dancing and laughter was had throughout the day with our final activity, designing anti-racist t-shirts.
I am proud of the mature debates and discussions which took place over the month. Year 6 asked intelligent questions and made links with life in Britain today. I have no doubt, they will be the future ambassadors and torch bearers for equality.
Well done Year 6.
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