14th October 2019
Heal the world, make it a better place ðŸŒŽ
At a time when there is much going wrong in the world it is a sign of hope to see young children giving key messages about how we can all make a difference and make the world a better place for everyone.
Year 3 children (Darfield 2) reminded us of how everyone has the right to be equal regardless of colour or race when they performed their class assembly introducing Black History month. Last week Elford 3 (Year 4) class assembly highlighted hunger when it focusedon World Food day which is on Wednesday 16th October. Both assemblies delivered thought provoking messages - always very powerful when they come from children. It is fantastic to watch children perform and do it with confidence, especially when singing, whichleft many of us with goosebumps!
I was able to announce that our own Wania Ahmed from Year 6 has been successful in winning the competition to become this year's Leeds Children's Mayor. Wants is someone who has the ability, conviction and confidence to make a difference to children and youngpeople right across our city. We are so proud of her and very excited to be part of her journey.ðŸŽ‰
The power that can come from giving children a voice is something we embrace whole heartedly at HPS ðŸ‘