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At Curridge Primary School, we strive to ensure our practice reflects the diverse society we live in. Our school is a place where every person has the right to be themselves, to be included and to learn in a safe and happy environment. We believe that celebrating every child and their family is crucial to making everyone feel welcome and enables them to learn to accept others for who they are.

LGBTQ+ - Guidance

The links below take you to useful websites that gives support for Parents and Pupils of LGBTQ+ families. We as a school support the LGBTQ+ community and do not tolerate any discrimination. 

Useful Websites for Parents

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Useful Websites for Pupils

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Racism - Guidance

The links below take you to useful websites that gives support to children tackling racism. We as a school do not tolerate any form of bullying so if your child is experiencing this then please get in contact with their teacher. 


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Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Harriet Tubman

Harriet Tubman

Museum Display

Newbury Museum offered to display a selection of our children’s 'diversity' work in one of their galleries from October into the new year. Below are pictures that show our wonderful display

Rowan Class learned more about listening to other people’s ideas and experiences. They agreed that everyone is special and that everyone is welcome. 

Holly Class found out more about Martin Luther King and, in particular, his famous speech. They reflected on their impact on the world, locally and globally and contributed their ideas for the future with dreams of how they might shape their world. You are never too small or too young to make a difference.

Willow Class created posters to celebrate diversity. They based them around key words and used symbolism to express their connection to others. They also collaborated with each other to write their own class ‘I have a dream’ speech.

Beech Class read about Harriet Tubman’s amazing life. They used expressive vocabulary to create moving poems with the title ‘From the Darkness into the Light’. They represented this journey with words and colour.

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