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Through a range of engaging activities and stories, this assembly explores equality, fairness and prejudice. In an age appropriate way, children will begin to explore:

  • What is right and what is wrong

  • Our rights and responsibilities as human beings

  • Vocabulary around equality, in particular discrimination, prejudice and racism.

  • Different communities in Britain, discussing the importance of treating everybody fairly regardless of who they are, what language they speak and what they look like.

  • Age appropriate examples and stories of racism, encouraging children to think about why it is wrong and how it may make a victim feel. 

  • The importance of standing up for ourselves and others

By the end of the session, children will understand what racism is and how we can all stand up for what is right.

Lower Key Stage 2 Assembly: Building Bridges

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