It Takes a Village... 2020 - Episode 1

Daubeney Primary Presents ‘It Takes a Village...’ 2020. This is episode 1 of 4 and places the Black Lives Matter movement into context for our primary students.

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Poppy - This was so good Mr Logan. BLM ✊🏻

Nevan 5F - The main thing is that we all need to stick together

Karen (Nehemiah 3T mum) - πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ my family & I attended and enjoyed ALL the sessions 'It takes a Village' we look forward to many more too come πŸ™ŒπŸΎ#BLM
God bless

maelle 6f - I think it's so important that nobody should be scared to walk outside and worry about the colour of their skin. Everyone is beautiful, whether you're black, white or tall, or short, or big or small. we are all humans what's different about that, nothing so theres nothing to judge about people.

Lisa - I think it's great that Daubeney are taking an active part in the Improving Outcomes for Young Black Men programme to address structural racism and really make a difference to the outcomes for Black children- thank you Mr Logan!

Latara 5F - Amazing video Mr Logan! We May appear to be different on the outside, but in the inside we’re the same. ❀️ I hope we can make Martin Luther King β€˜s dream come true c:

Stuart (Tavish and Sholto's dad) - A deeply moving presentation - thank you Mr. Logan. At this exceptional moment in history it is such a privilege to be a part of the Daubeney Village; I feel sure that my children and I will be better human beings as a result of having such fine black role models. Thank you.

lily 6M - Black lives matter means that everyone should be treated fairly . As Martin Luther king Jr once said " I have a dream that one day my four children will not be judged by the colour of their skin but by the contents of their character!"

Cristina - I really enjoyed the assembly πŸ‘πŸ‘ what black lives matter means to me is that everyone should be treated the same and they shouldn't be treated differently just becouse of their skin colour

Ronnie - Good job sir

Miriam - This is really good mr Logan πŸ‘πŸ½being black does not declare who you are inside

Aoife 6F - Thank you Mr Logan I really enjoyed this πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ. thank you so much I am looking forward to next weeks it takes a village. I think that together we should help to make Martin Luther King's dream come true :)

Maelle 6F - this is absolutely incredible .It really made me think how bad this had become. Well done Mr Logan πŸ‘ ❀️

Taylor-6F - This is a very important thing in the world and it's so good to hear all of our voices being heard and I can't wait for the next take a village episode

Miss Theresa - Indeed Mr Logan, we have a lot of work on our hands if we want to fully manifest MLK's dream. In times like this, I'm glad we work in such a pivotal sector of society. We cannot underplay the amount of influence we have in correctly shaping the minds and hearts of our Daubeney children in this regard.

JeremIah 5B - You guys did so well πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Miss Bibi - Thank you for a lovely assembly! We can only defeat racism together!

Mr Shamji - Very insightful Mr Logan, thank you! Some lovely messages from the children as well 😊

Miss Gustave - Everyone is the same inside, this is what really matters. Skin is just the surface and does not mean anything. It takes a village to raise a child, any child, of any race. To get everyone to reach their potential. Our role is to do the best that we can do to make sure that every one is treated equally but because of the present injustices in society we need to point out that black lives matter to help erode the inequality.

Tiffany Ashanti & Elishas mum - Thankyou Mr Logan for addressing some of the issues that we are faced with today, I am happy to see that the school has recognised the disparities in society. This provides awareness to those who are not aware. And it does take a village..😊

Sarah (Florence and Dilys' Mum) - Thank you Mr Logan (and staff) for all you do and for this amazing programme 'It takes a village'! It's so important and education for ALL of us, not just the children.

Miss Tracey - Good evening daubeney family I've just finished watching the rest of this assembly as I was working the assembly is outstanding. I believe every child matters no matter what colour race or ethnicity you are everyone should be equal everyone should be able too fulfil their dreams and live a life without fear of being hurt. I heard a quote about there being good and bad police my dad always said to me as a child there are good and bad in every one,never judge a book by its cover its what's on the inside that matters everyone deserves love and respect black lives matter

Jenelle - I remember when I was up there I was nervous but I realised I did it for a reason, a good one.

Mrs Thomas - Brilliant presentation and indeed we have to keep pushing forward to make that difference and make changes for the good

Miss Cenac - Mr Logan, well done you! Keep up the good work that you do for all families. Such a lovely assembly, well done all

Sabiha (Faheem's mum) - I loved this, thank you Mr Logan! I remember being a part of "It takes a village" last year. Its so good to see it again. x

Mr. O Flynn - A very important and moving assembly.

Miss Tracey - Well done mr Logan πŸ‘πŸ‘

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