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Holbeach pupils held a Wear Red Day last Friday as part of their anti-racism work.
University Academy Holbeach children were invited to wear an item of red clothing as a ‘gesture of unity’.
Over the past few weeks, the school has held events linked to Black History Month, including themed assemblies and quizzes as part of its ‘aim to promote tolerance throughout the school community’.
Head of performing arts Sam Graper said: “The pupils pictured are in year nine but pupils across the year groups have been involved and it has been really inspiring to see so many pupils showing their support of the anti-racism message.”

Year nine pupils join in the Wear Red Day at University Academy Holbeach. (52958752)
Year nine pupils join in the Wear Red Day at University Academy Holbeach. (52958752)


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