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Coming to England: An Inspiring True Story Celebrating the Windrush Generation

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Are you feeling more positive about representation in books now, after so many years of not seeing what you first articulated as a problem back in the 1980s? There are occasional invitations for audience participation – we sing “If you’re happy and you know it” and we stamp our feet.

From 4am 22 November 2021, all children aged 17 and under will not have to quarantine on arrival in England. And it also means white people can accept black people doing inspirational things like that because they've grown up seeing it. Alongside vibrant illustrations by Diane Ewen, this powerful story shows little people how courage and determination can always overcome adversity. So we're really concerned about making sure that new variants do not come into the UK and that we do have a system that identifies where we have variants of Covid where infection is and we're able to isolate it. Do you know how many days it took in 1960 to travel to grey, dark England from vibrant, warm Trinidad?Children should be of all cultures in stories because that's the society we live in, and this is especially true of picture books. In this way the public will be better placed to keep themselves, their property and businesses safe. When she went to the new school, the children didn’t like her because she had black skin and the others had white. Before a child can read the words, a picture is telling the story and connections are being made - for life.

Floella Benjamin has rewritten her groundbreaking autobiography Coming to England, turning it into a picture book with beautiful illustrations by Diane Ewen.Instead, the play revolves around early girlhood, first living with five siblings in Trinidad and then 15 months in foster care while her parents, Marmie (Bree Smith) and Dardie (Kojo Kamara) travelled to London to set up home for their children. Floella worked with an illustrator, Diane Ewen, to tell the astonishing story of Floella’s life, travelling from Trinidad to arriving in England. We are simply told that she appeared on Play School for “12 happy years”, not how she got there or the hurdles she overcame. If you began your journey in Russia, you do not need to complete a passenger locator form, or take a COVID-19 test before travel to England or on arrival. From 5 January, people flying from mainland China to England will be asked to take a COVID-19 pre-departure test.

The story tells us about the author, Floella Benjamin’s troubles, as she perseveres and one day meets the Queen. It come as a further 27,734 cases were reported in the UK, bringing to an end a seven-day run of falling case numbers. When Floella was a young girl, she travelled for 15 days on a boat from Trinidad to Southampton in England. From 4am 7 January you do not have to quarantine on arrival in England if you qualify as fully vaccinated for travel to England.

When you tell children certain words it stays with them forever, so I don't want to damage children's minds - that will have a psychological effect. It is all the more disappointing because the show begins and ends in adulthood when Floella (Paula Kay), now Lady Benjamin of Beckenham, is awarded the Freedom of the City of London honour in 2018. At school, the other children hadn’t seen black children before and, at first, they didn’t want to play.

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