When a new child joins the school, they should be able to introduce themselves to the class and share some information about their life. It can make the new child feels like a part of that environment. Children could also ask some questions to the new child, and seen that the other children are interested in them, they will fill right in, feeling appreciated and important. We could also bring families and school together though workshops where parents, children and teachers can share food, thoughts and information which helps create bonds between the whole communities.
In the classroom, through a lesson, we can help to promote anti-discrimination such as Physical, social, health and religious studies. This is the time when children can be informed about life and the diversity of the world they are growing up in, and like that we can teach them how to make their own intellectual judgments instead of following pre-determined ideas of prejudice and discrimination.