Hate Crime

On Monday this week, Year 7 students attended a session run by Warwickshire Police about the impact of hate crime on all of its facets.  This formed a part of our Learning for Life provision.  During the session, students examined a case study where hate crime had taken place merely due to the clothing that a young girl had chosen to wear.   Sessions such as this are an invaluable part of the pupils’ wider education and we wish to thank the police for working with us to deliver such  helpful and informative sessions. 

As pupils reflected on the session, they were able to discuss the definition of a hate crime and how it differs from other types of crimes. They were able to relate it to the Protected Characteristics and how physical or verbal abuse based on such characteristics falls into this type of hate crime.  To find out more about our personal development curriculum, do visit our website.

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