Tuesday, 30 June 2009

I started the afternoon at the Aireborough Family of Schools Portfolio Celebration Event at the Civic Hall...

It is really encouraging to see the schools in Aireborough working together to achieve the Stephen Lawrence Education Standard. We all need to continue to develop respect, tolerance and understanding and to tackle racism, bullying and anti-social behaviour.

The afternoon started with an introduction by the Lord Mayor, Cllr Judith Elliott, and involved music and performances by young people from Benton Park School, Tranmere Park Primary school, Queensway Primary School and Children's centre, Aireborough Youth Council and Rawdon St Peters CE Primary School. And finally all the young people sang 'World in Unison' which showed us all that the young people from these thirteen great schools are brilliant ambassadors and advocates for all the things that really matter.

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