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Tanzania Expedition inspires Primary ASA students

"Press Pack" is an After School Activity for students in Primary School who want to learn more about writing, reporting and journalism.
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After hearing about the recent Global Classroom Expedition to Tanzania by Secondary School students, the Press Pack club was interested to find out more about what the expedition was all about.

The budding reporters came up with a set of questions to ask Ms Geraldine Thomason, a teacher and also the Global Classroom Coordinator here at BSB.

They decided on a video interview which was then edited into a final report.

It was a great way for the children to think about what questions they needed to ask to make sure their audience would be properly informed about their topic.

It was also a wonderful opportunity for the Global Classroom's Expedition to Tanzania to become part of learning in the Primary School. 

Take a look at the video link above to see the Press Pack's interview.

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