Our topic this half term is ‘Rights and Respect’. Throughout our topic, we have been learning about some inspirational people who have helped to make significant changes throughout history. We have learned about Martin Luther King and his inspirational ‘I Have a Dream’ speech, Harriet Tubman and her commitment to helping enslaved people gain their freedom and Malala Yousafazi and her dedication to ensuring all children have their right to education.

Your homework for the next 2 weeks is to make a sign to display a word or phrase we have been using during our topic. During our final week, we will be having a march around our school field, displaying our sign.

If you need any resources, please ask in school and we will try our best to find anything you need.

Key words

equal rights


rights to education

votes for women

Black Lives Matter


freedom of speech

Some ideas

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