Migration 2018

Written by  on Friday, 05 January 2018.

What is migration? Who and what migrates? When did it begin? Did you know that in 1996, the Commission for Racial Equality stated, "Everyone who lives in Britain is an immigrant or a descendent of an immigrant".

We're asking lots of Big Questions in our migration topic in Year Six. So far, we have learnt about the kinds of animal that migrate and why - did you know that if you live in the Southern Hemisphere, you travel north to migrate - and the two main reasons people migrate. They are: because it is not safe to stay in their home and for a better life. Next week we're going to learn about the history of migration and then focus on 500 people who arrived on the SS Windrush.

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