Corby Glen Community Primary School
Windrush was the name of a big ship that arrived from the Caribbean in the UK on 22 June 1948.
It carried hundreds of migrants from the Caribbean who came to work in Britain, to help the country recover after World War Two.
In the years between 1948 and 1971 hundreds of thousands of people came to Britain, as part of what is now called the Windrush generation - named after the boat.
Windrush Day is 22 June, a day to remember and celebrate the Windrush generation who came from the Caribbean to help rebuild Britain after the war.
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