Many children may have questions about the images, stories, and conversations they hear on the news and around them. We can’t solely rely on schools to ensure children fully understand the Black Lives Matter movement and the issues that fuel the movement.
As parents, if we haven’t already, it is also our responsibility to engage in positive and open discussions about race and racism with our children at home.
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Join 500 Words, the world’s largest story-writing competition for pupils aged 5-13, and one of your pupils could be in with a chance of winning an unforgettable day out with Virgin Radio.
Over a million stories have been submitted since 2011, in response to everything from technology to climate change. Now, we want to hear your pupils’ take on the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement.
Teachers, parents, and guardians:
Unleash your pupils’ creative power and get their voices heard today.