Black History Month
Brookside Primary is a diverse community. As we promote the 6Rs and British values, so too, we celebrate what makes us different. Black History Month has been celebrated in the UK since 1987. The celebration is to stem racism and discrimination and promote equality. At Brookside Primary, we have been paying homage to the black women who have made outstanding contributions and are still making a big impact on society in the areas of science and medicine, arts, media, sports, music, politics and leadership. Throughout the month, different year groups will research and create posters, brochures and leaflets, on specially assigned black women professionals for a grand display wall. Here we are highlighting our diverse group of black excellence within our Brookside community.