Internationalising Learning at Barnfields Primary School, Stafford. By Sarah Adamson and Sally Davies-Jones. The question. What can I do to make the world a better place? 1. Myself 2. Others in my immediate community 3. Looking beyond my community 4. The wider world.
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By Sarah Adamson
2. Others in my immediate community
3. Looking beyond my community
4. The wider world
Child A – “Is it ok to ask about beliefs, religions and customs?”
Child A response to the lesson
“Thank you Mrs Adamson. I really enjoyed that lesson. I just want you to know that I was really worried about Swetha being my partner but I am really pleased that she was. It was wonderful listening to her talking about India, her language and her customs.”
2.Why did the soldiers care about one
side and not the other?
3.Why was the fence made of wire?
4.Why did the boy look after the plant?
SDJ – “Are there people more important
Child B – “No because we all die. Everybody’s
heart stops so therefore we are
Child C– “The soldiers want to be better than the other side and want to tear their homes apart.”
Child D – “I think the soldiers should go and live on the other side so they can see what it is really like.”
Child E – “I think it’s important to not give side and want to tear their homes apart.”
up and keep hoping.”
Child F- “Is it like believe and achieve?”
(Our school motto)
Child G – “I think it is because you have to
persevere with everything.”
Shoebox Scheme side and want to tear their homes apart.”
Sent to Croatia, Romania and the Ukraine.
Final side and want to tear their homes apart.”