How did you get on?
It was so lovely to see so many posts for our special Climate Change Challenge.
Hopefully, we can ensure that you don’t post until you have given permission for your data to be used. It is all part of the terms of reference for the research team.
Don’t forget to send me any suggestions you may have for prompts for this special challenge which will be run every month.
This week we have another photo for you. You will have to make some decisions before you start about what is real & what is fake!
Thanks go to Jane Hewitt for sharing this creation. A copy of her book ‘Learning through a lens‘ should be in every classroom!
The form will close at 23.45 BST on 9th October
Did you take exams this year?
Here in the UK it is that time of the year when the results of exams are published. Obviously, because of the pandemic, no formal exams were tekn so it has been interesting to see how the results were calculated.
If you have had one eye on the media, you will know that it has not gone well. I am interested to know how the rest of the world assesses students. Do you hold formal exams? What happened this year?
Do leave your comments below. It would be really good to have a broader picture.
There were only two nominations for Week #45 & here they are:
Holly in Yr.5 at Ponsonby Primary, Auckland, New Zealand
Olivia in Yr.6 at Heyfield Primary, Australia
This week we have 5 words that must all be in your work but they can be in any order. Don’t forget, that it should make sense!
WATER RUBBER STRIPED FROZEN EXCITED
The form will close at 23.45 UK time on 22nd August 2020