Make your Area Proud

Work is gradually being uploaded as I convert it into a viewable form for the blog, I’m on it but it takes time!

Here is your task for Challenge Day 5:

Send me updates or add comments as your work progresses….I might see some of you soon!

Quite a lot of feedack so far, Saltburn Y1 are off for a walk around the town, KTS have created a padlet (not sharing just yet..) and Riverdale are based in Kirkleatham Hall Museum.

These pics just in from Green Gates:

News from Chaloner is that they are focussing on special people and also local special places like the Priory and the Woods:

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And more from Green Gates who were inspired even further by seeing that their work was valued highly and shown on this web page:

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I also dropped in on the Riverdale crew at Kirkleatham Hall Museum who have gathered lots of images and ideas and are now heading back to school to weave it into their work:

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Lovely to see Normanby working hard on their ideas too:

And this just in from Sacred Heart School in Redcar:

“Sacred Heart School are making great progress in their projects.  We have three amazing projects on the way to completion.

Will Calvert and Daniel Gregor (Year 7) – This project is fun because it is different to anything that we have done before.
Isobel Thompson (Year 8) – This project is fantastic as it is very personal to our group.”
More fron Chaloner who tell me they are celebrating the Redcar Beacon:

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And their final submission for the day from Year 2 at Chaloner. Well done all of you, fabulous work:

Saltburn Year 1 haven’t had chance to upload their work yet but they have told me that they:

– Designed posters
– Made poems
– Stories relating to key people in Saltburn (Mr Pease)
– Stories on ipads
– Models
– Google searches and retrieving images
And Sacred Heart have continued to enjoy their day:

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Will Calvert and Daniel Gregor (Year 7) – ‘This project is fun because it is different to anything that we have done before.’
Isobel Thompson (Year 8) – ‘This project is fantastic as it is very personal to our group.’
Nula Hodgsonn (Year 8) – “It has been an exciting day and has been fun”
Josh Clements (Year 7) – “It has been inspirational that we have found out about local heroes”
Jasmine Harvey (Year 8) – “I have found the day to be very fun and I am sad I will not be doing it again next year” (says who?! ed.)
‘Thank you for giving us the chance to take part, we have had a fantastic day’. (Teacher)
 A compilation of their presentations is here:
 
And Normanby children made their own choices about how to present their work, here are some examples including some ‘video’ versions of some ibooks that they wrote:

Their presentations will be added tomorrow…..

  1. i think normanby are really hard at work-pupil anonaymous

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