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Year 11 Students Deliver Anti Racism Assemblies

Two of our amazing Year 11 students, Kayla and Evie-May, have written an Anti Racism assembly for younger students, which they will present to all Year 7, 8 and 9 forms.

The assembly was the girls' own idea and they approached school to ask if they could do something. They researched and wrote the material and have already presented to Year 8 and 9 students, who received the anti racism message very well.

As a school, Congleton High strives to be inclusive and is committed to building a caring community by ensuring equality of education and opportunity for all of its members, irrespective of race, gender, disability, religion or faith or socio-economic status. We recognise that we are part of an increasingly diverse society and believe it is important to actively promote equality and diversity so that our young people understand and celebrate the richness that accrues from living and working with people from a wide range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. This will help to prepare them for adult life in a multicultural, multilingual Europe that is interdependent with the rest of the world.

In promoting equality and diversity, we wish to eliminate harassment, direct or indirect discrimination and bullying or victimisation for any reason, but particularly of sex, race, disability, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, religion or belief. It is wonderful that our students have engaged with this and are taking an active role in continuing our work.

Well done to both girls!  

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