Year 3 learned about Fairtrade and the importance of
This week we have been learning all about Fairtrade.
Year 6 are taking part in a collaborative project with an artist called Mick Stevenson. We drew designs on bottles to be used as part of the Roker Illumination project. Children will be invited to attend the free event to see their artwork in place. Have a look at Mick’s website here.
All the bottles designed by Year 6 will be used in the Liter of Light project to illuminate shanty towns around the world. Learn more about this project on their website by clicking here.
This week year 3 were given a really interesting challenge. We were split in to tribes and given a piece of desert to live in (on our tables!) Then we had to work together to decide what kind of resources we would need to survive. Then we had to change our desert and make buildings so that we could stay alive. We had to think about how to get food, where to find shelter, what to make the shelter out of, whether we were going to keep animals or not and how they were going to be kept alive. There were so many things!
We had to use skills from our history to think about what we know about how the Egyptians