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‘Together we learn, believe and achieve’

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Chevening got a mention in the House of Commons on Thursday! Following on from receiving our letters, Laura Trott MP took our concerns to Parliament.
Class 6 had some exciting post this week! Back in September we wrote to our local MP, Laura Trott MBE MP about the positive effects that lockdown had had on the environment, sharing with her our ideas of what the government could do to continue these benefits from a national and local level. We were really pleased to receive personalised replies from Laura in the post this week. Watch this space to see if she will be able to come in to discuss our ideas further - she could have some real debate on her hands!

Over the course of the year we are making a note of all of the books we read. These are books we read individually and ones we read as a class. Each time we read a book, we give it a score out of 5 and then Mrs Edwards adds it to the wall. If the book features characters from a range of ethnic backgrounds we give it a glittery border to highlight how many of our books promote diversity. 

Already in Term 1 we have filled a wall with the books we have read: 50 books in total!

We started this term, like all of the other classes, by reading Here We Are by Oliver Jeffers. As part of our learning we thought about people who are making the world a better place. We wanted to choose as diverse a range of people as possible - because people do come in all shapes, sizes and colours but our media and the books we read doesn't always reflect this mix. 
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