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Hate Crime Assembly

On Monday 14th October, two visitors took our assembly to talk about hate crime. James from the Police spoke to the children about what hate crime is. He explained that a hate crime is a crime that has been motivated by prejudice or hostility based on one of the following: disability, race, religion, transgender identity or sexual orientation. He discussed how anyone can be a victim of a hate crime and that it is essential that you tell someone if you think you have been a victim. John from Southend Council told the children that our local council are holding a competition for children to design a poster about hate crime and to explain what everyone can do if they believe they are a victim.

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