For two weeks before half term, every student in the school spent some time exploring global issues from the world around them.
Each class started by exploring Human Rights and, in particular, the rights of a child. Years 5 and 6 learnt about the lives of street children and how they are treated. As part of this work, they built a shanty town, exploring the facilities and issues that may occur. Lower down the school, the children thought about education from different parts of the world and how people eat and stay healthy.
For the second week, each class studied a different country from around the world. Classes carried out tasks which included poetry writing, cooking, making flags, learning traditional dances, cooking traditional foods and much more! To end the week, the whole school joined in a celebration assembly to share their learning. Here are some pictures from the week.