Did you know that as part of our Compassion In Crisis interactive workshops and performances we offer a special workshop telling the story of The Windrush and the lives of the individuals who came over to Britain to support the rebuilding of the country after the Second World War.
We were back at Cleeve Meadow School for Black History Month and worked with the fantastic Year 7's alongside wonderful actress Gabriella Shillingford who told the true story of her grandmother Zelie.
This workshop focuses on exploring different cultures and experiences, appreciating the hardships that many face and reflecting on how we can move forwards as a country to accept others whilst hearing the true account of Zelie who came to this country on the Windrush.
Thank you to the support of all the Cleeve Meadow teachers and staff and all the brilliant students who joined in. A special installation of the Windrush journey was set up in the library in celebration of this historical event and the art work the students created.
If you would like a performance of Windrush at your school or community setting, contact Cherie or Abi at email@example.com
Installation pictures and film to follow soon!