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IPC's Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly

Year 4 and 5 students demonstrate personal goals associated with Project Work

  • IPC's Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly
  • Eight Personal Goals at Upper Primary Assembly

The focus of our assembly this morning was on the Eight Personal Goals that we associate with Project Work (IPC). With the help of some students from Years 4 and 5, we went through the meaning of each goal. The children acted out everyday scenarios and students and staff in the audience had to guess which goal was being portrayed.

A task was set and anyone who implemented a personal goal at school had to see us for a prize. We have been having visitors throughout the day. The children were able to tell us what the goal was and how they illustrated it. We hope that they continue to think about ways in which they can implement these goals in their everyday life.

Emma Castle and Monica Dolan
Head of Year 5 and Head of Year 4