Primary Futures – What’s My Line?
Pupil’s welcomed three special visitors to school in January to take part in a school assembly. Organised by Primary Futures, volunteers took part in a game of What’s My Line? Children could only ask ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions to try and work out what the visitor’s job was. Questions ranged from ‘Do you have to be good at maths?’ to ‘Do you make more than one telephone call in a day’?
Eventually the jobs were revealed as a Charted Accountant, a General Practice Nurse and a Marketing Manager at a theatre. Primary Futures aims to broaden horizons and raise aspirations by connecting schools to volunteers from the world of work, to share their fascinating life stories and help make the connections between learning and future jobs. Mrs Salter (Head of School) said: “This event will really help to develop the children’s understanding of how their learning connects to the world of work, and we are looking forward to our next event in the Spring.”
Laura James will be visiting our school on 25th February 2020 to talk about her books. There will be a book sale that day and parents/carers are invited to come and browse her exciting collection. There will be lots of books available that we’re sure pupils would love to read!
Photo credit: https://laurajamesauthor.com/books.html
BBC’s 500 Words 2020
500 Words is a short-story writing competition aimed at 5 to 13 year olds. On their website you can find fantastic resources such as downloadable books, and podcasts for bedtime. Visit their website here.