Black Lives Matter
‘Education is the most powerful tool you can use to change the world.’
We have all been appalled and deeply affected by the indescribable injustice and treatment of George Floyd along with others in America. This has prompted careful reflection about racism in Britain today, and the extent to which it shapes our values, politics and economic life. Now is the time to speak up and stand together in order to address systemic racism.
I am so proud to be the Headteacher of Albion and can say it continues to be a warm and welcoming place for everyone regardless of race, sexuality, gender, religion or anything else which makes you you. We believe in equality and fairness and through our evolving curriculum, we will continue to develop a culture where people can ask questions, grow and improve their understanding of black history and culture.
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Black Lives Matter Letter to Parents/Carers
Children have been inquiring about the current state of the world. Through our PSHE lessons year 6 have been learning about racial equality and the effects on all. It is important that our children have a safe place to ask questions and understand what it means to live in a world of colour.
Remember we are all stronger together. We all have a part to play in fighting racism and striving for an equal society where people are not judged or persecuted for their skin colour.