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Community United

"Community United - We’re stronger together "

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About Community United

Community United voluntary group was formed in early 2019 to help bring people together not only within the school but also in the wider community. Teachers and parents volunteered for the group with the overall aim to help build and sustain resilience in the children but also to provide an extended support network for families related to St Gregory's. To date, we have roughly around ten attendees and have had great success with our activities last year.



International Food Fiesta  - This event has been designed to give the children and their parents a chance to have fun together, try new foods, celebrate the diversity within our school community and meet other families too.  These events are important as they will encourage both Parents and Children, through our activities at the event and the food tasting, to explore different cultures and traditions in a fun environment. We have much to celebrate with the diversity of our school!


Join the team

We’re currently looking for willing people to become part of the next phase of activities to share ideas, support the team, unite families and continue the fabulous work we do to enrich our communities on going. It is time for us to now build on the huge success of our food fiestas and welcome new faces to group which will be beneficial to all.


Our Black History Heroes
To celebrate Black History Month CBBC have made a Children's series celebrating inspirational and history-making figures from the past 200 years.

One of our very own students in Year 4 Nylah, introduces the ground-breaking British supermodel and activist Naomi Campbell.

View Nylah’s video below:


Some of the Hero’s Celebrated are:
1. Mary Seacole - A pioneering and courageous nurse and businesswoman Mary Seacole.
2. Martin Luther King - 
3. Jay-Z - pioneering entrepreneur and rapper.
4. Nina Simone - singer-songwriter and civil rights activist.
5. Serena Williams - A professional tennis player and cultural icon.
6. Katherine Johnson - A groundbreaking Nasa mathematician nicknamed The Human Computer
7. Malcolm X - A influential civil rights minister and activist
8. Michael Jordan - one of the greatest basketball players and cultural influencers of all time.
9. Aretha Franklin - An award-winning American singer 
10. Barack Obama - Former president of the United States
11. Mo Farah - Champion long-distance runner Mo Farah
12. Rosa Parks - Inspirational civil rights activist
13. Oprah Winfrey - American talk show host, television producer, actress and author
14. Muhammad Ali - A professional boxer and activist 
15. Bob Marley - Jamaican singer, songwriter and musician 
16. Usain Bolt - Jamaican champion sprinter
17. Naomi Campbell - Groundbreaking British supermodel and activist 
18. Ava DuVernay - A pioneering and award-winning director 
19. Chadwick Boseman - An award-winning American actor and playwright
20. Madam CJ Walker - America's first female self-made millionaire.
21. Harriet Tubman - American abolitionist and activist 
22. Maya Angelou - American poet, writer and civil activist


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