As part of the Spread a little happiness expedition, our year 7’s have been visiting Age UK Doncaster. Here is Charlie’s (aged 11) reflection of his visit yesterday.
Great work Charlie!
Year 7 students from Admiral have been playing games with the elderly as part of service learning for their expedition Spread a little happiness.
Last week our year 7’s performed extracts from the speeches they wrote about a topic they are passionate about.
Well done to all year 7’s for performing these in front of their families.
Here are just a few of the speeches for the evening….
Year 7 students were asked to write an essay on how prejudice is shown in To Kill a Mockingbird. A fabulous piece of writing Anisa (aged 12)!
I am pleased to announce that Year 7 Humanities and Arts Immersion for the next expedition is to the Houses of Parliament in London.
Both Skipper and Admiral will need to be at school for 6.15am on 4th January and we are due to arrive back 7.30-8pm depending on traffic.
All students (bar those on free school meals) need to bring a packed lunch. Students may want to bring some money with them, as there will be an opportunity to buy something to eat on the way home during the stop at the service station.
We ask that students dress smartly for this visit, no jogging bottoms, hoodies, football shirts or hats of any form.
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Below are some examples of their answers to the guiding question…
During the Year 7 All Together Now expedition for 2015/16 students looked at examples of successful communities and unsuccessful communities and how they had come together to make it more successful. Students then produced a written reflection on the answer to the guiding question. They also produced a watercolour painting of an aspect of what they felt makes a successful community.
The final product for this expedition was an e-book that has an edited section of their work alongside their painting. This is the e-book…
Year 7 students will be attending the launch of the Doncaster Book Awards at The Dome on the afternoon of the 5th October in order to hear from both authors and illustrators. This fieldwork opportunity will take place during normal school hours. Following the launch all students will have the opportunity to read and review a range of the books that have been short listed for the award.