Our children have been working on the 'Generations Project'. Firstly, pupils will investigate the relationships between younger and older generations in their own communities. Beginning with questions such as: 'how do we care for the elderly?' and 'how do our families contribute to our development?' The children carried out investigations in the local and school community. They also designed their own questionnaires and will chose the most effective one before taking them home. They then collated the questionnaires and spoke with friends and family outside school before bringing their findings back to school. Finally the sent their findings to children in our partner schools in China and Spain and asked them how they view different generations in their community.
Culture in a Box
As part of our International School award, for the past few months, a selection of children from all years have been involved in the ‘Culture Boxes’ project. In this project, the children were tasked with filling their own box with things that remind them of Liverpool. We did this so that we are able to share them with our international schools we are linked with.
Playground Games Exchange
The children worked hard to narrow down a (very) long list of their favourite playground games. Once they had decided a favourite, they independently created a video tutorial to send onto the international airways and arrive at our international link schools.
"This term, I have really enjoyed being outside in the fresh air playing my favourite playground game which is 'Sly Fox'." Anthony (Year 5)
"This term, I have loved learning how to play 'Hoola Scotch'. It is a very enjoyable game which is why my group chose to create a video tutorial to send to our international schools. Hubert (Year 6)
"Over the last few weeks, I have enjoyed learning a range of new games. As I am from Brazil I had never played them before!" Nicolly (Year 6)
"This term, I have enjoyed creating and recording a video tutorial to send to the international schools! I can't wait to recieve a video back!" Michelle (Year 4)
"This term, I have really enjoyed my club. I have loved making new friends from different year groups and playing my favourite game Sly Fox'". Saiya (Year 4)
"I have enjoyed playing new games this term and look forward to learning more international games to play with my friends!" Kyle (Year 4)
"Over the last few weeks I have really enjoyed working with others during this amazing experience!" Sarah (Year 6)
"I have enjoyed being outside and making links with other international schools!" Tayla-leigh (Year 5)
''I loved to learn new things about different countries and cultures,it only got more exciting when we started making different videos about our culture here in England and because I am from a different country so learning my friends culture just made this club even better!" Larissa (Year 6)
Children have happily been writing and sending off letters to our link schools during the course of the year. The children have introduced themselves and told their new friends a about their lives in Liverpool and SFDS.