The Primary Science Endangered Animal Research Challenge is now open. You can find it in the Science, Mathematics and Technology section of your Global Campus site.
There are over 16,000 endangered animals in the world. Do you know about any endangered animals in your country? Do some research to find out some information about one to share with students all over the world to contribute towards our worldwide endangered animal fact-file. Don’t forget to let your teacher know so you can get a stamp for your passport.
If you are interested in being in the Primary Debating team you will already have registered your interest with Mrs Keys and be attending the first meeting. Watch out for the first round motions, which will be released online on Monday 16th November.
Seize the Day: A Choreography and Performance Challenge
Dance is a great way to express yourself. You can use it to express ideas and emotions. We want you to have a go at doing just that. The first Global Campus dance challenge is to use dance to express the new Be Ambitious way of thinking in our schools. Think about what “Be Ambitious” means to you and then choreograph and perform a dance to communicate that. You can work alone or as a group and use any style of dance you like.
Your dance must be performed to the “Seize the Day” track that you can listen to on the Global Campus Dance area.
Film your dance (ask Mrs Jardine or Mrs Keys to help you) and upload it to the Dance Forum.
The Global Campus will display all these dances and create a compilation film of your dances too - a real family celebration of the ”Be Ambitious” theme.
Deadline: 4th December