Year 4 received a very special delivery of letters from Brainstone School. They looked at the photos the children had sent and thought about their own school and the differences they could see, but also the similarities. In response to the children’s request, 4B discussed religion and belief in the UK. After sharing what they already knew, they delved into the past to discover the UK had historically welcomed the persecuted from all around the world: French Huguenots, German Jews, as well as Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs from the Indian subcontinent. They researched statistics describing the proportion of different religions in relation to those of no faith and the broader social makeup of the UK. They created posters reflecting the multicultural blend of races and religions in the UK, portraying diversity and defying stereotypes. Great work, 4B!