Our expert says:
Kids will notice such differences between them, just as they notice differences of many sorts between girls and boys, and notice some are tall or short, long-haired or short, black-haired o blonde. good at games or maths or bad at them.
And I don't think it helps to ignore such differences or the likely awareness of them. What matters more is how the teachers and parents respond to differences, which is what makes a big difference between celebrating and enjoying diversity, or teaching kids to be suspicious of or prejudieced towards, others who are different from them in some way.
So I wonder what is reflected in your first sentence. Are kids, in the teaching they meet, learning that they are all special and unique, and differ in a number of interesting ways, but are essentially also the same inside, in their value and loveability. Yes skin colours differ, but the kids inside are not of different value because of that, any more than red-heads are better or worse than brown-haired kids.
If there is suspect teaching, and a gentle discussion with the teachers should clarify this, I think qwerty is right about how to deal with this.
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