Show Racism the Red Card

Class: Year 3 Year: 2016-17

Today as part of Show Racism the Red Card day, we took part in a circle time discussion about appreciating differences and then ordered a set of values from most important to least important. We then discussed with our peers which ones represented Norwood. We decided that being safe is the value that sums up our school the most followed by respect, self-belief, support and enjoyment. 

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