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Race and Religion

Race and Religion

Working with schools we want to challenge misconceptions, stereotypes and negative attitudes in society and to promote integration within and between all our communities.

Respect, equality and diversity are key features in a well-planned PSHE education programme. A safe and respectful classroom can give pupils the opportunity to reflect on how each individual's behaviour, attitudes and biases affect others and teach them how to recognise and challenge prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination.

Black History Month

October is Black History month

Find out more here

To mark Black History Month VotesforSchools is looking at diversity in the UK today, why it's important and asking:

  • KS2 - Does the curriculum represent you?
  • KS1 - Do you know your history? KS1

You can find resources to hold debates on the pressing issues of the day. At the end of the debate the pupils have a chance to vote and leave a comment. This data is shared with those in authority who need to know what our children are thinking, and they respond: massively raising the profile and impact of pupil voice.

Can you help the Wycombe Windrush Projects?

The team that brought Windrush Day to Wycombe in 2020 is putting together an exhibition and needs help.

Do you have pictures of yourself, parents, siblings, children or other relatives and friends taken between 1960 and 2000?

Weddings, christenings, work or school photos, protests or carnival – if you have a photo that tells a story and that the team could copy, please contact windrushwycombe@wycombemuseum.org

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