Rainford High puts diversity centre stage

Rainford High Technology College’s students stole the show as they took centre stage for an inspiring Religious Experience Day (RED).

Over 240 year 10 students participated in interactive workshops, including choreography, t-shirt design, and poster making, to explore key themes including gender equality, world peace and racism.

Delivered by MD Productions, the day’s activities culminated in all 240 pupils coming together to perform a final dance piece, entitled “they don’t care about us”, using the posters and t-shirts they produced to create performance visuals.

Rainford High puts diversity centre stage


Helen Dack, head of religious education, says: “Here at Rainford High we aim to offer pupils as many opportunities as possible to broaden their outlook on today’s wider issues, which they might not otherwise encounter in their everyday scenarios.

“The RED event was a great way to bring to life some of the key topics covered in the classroom creatively, and to think about how religious education can be used to consider and challenge these important issues.”

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