When pupils take the role of a teacher for a lesson- school council

It’s been fantastic to see our school council representative being confident to structure and lead a session reflecting on school council successes this year and asking for ideas for school council next year. His starter activity to remind children about democratic voting was to use a web based story with choices. He organised the class to vote and they took the majority vote to select the next direction in the story. He then went on to use the same strategy to complete the school council activity for the meeting this afternoon. It’s brilliant to see how Logan has developed his skills for collaborative learning and has been able to apply these in a context to support others.
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KS1 magic key sensory story

This experiential learning brings our seaside themed stories to life! We loved feeling the textures, smelling the seaside smells and tasting the yummy ice cream!

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Tasty seaside treats…

Primary 5 have been learning about how the seaside treat rock is made. We tasted a variety of different flavours of rock, using adjectives to describe the flavours. We then designed our own flavour and design for a stick of rock. We wrote persuasive slogans to encourage people to choose our flavour.

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Taking our collaborative learning to the outdoors

Primary 5 visited the school farm this week, we worked in pairs and small groups to feed the animals, give them so care and affection and then enjoyed some time exploring the forest. It was fantastic seeing everyone together trying to climb a tree.

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Adventures by the beach

Today Primary 5 visited ‘Skegwell’. We played in the sand, snorkelled in the pool, fished for sharks and enjoyed ice cream treats. We thought it was fantastic and a good combination of Springwell and Skegness. we are really looking forward to visiting again.

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