Emma McDonald & Alison Rowlands. Context: Wyndcliffe Primary School Large inner-city school, Birmingham 760 children (Nursery – Year 6) 3 form entry, occasionally 4 95% children are muslim from Pakistani origin Next Steps: Alison – Year 6
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Context:Wyndcliffe Primary School
Large inner-city school, Birmingham
760 children (Nursery – Year 6)
3 form entry, occasionally 4
95% children are muslim from Pakistani origin
Next Steps:Alison – Year 6
Topic: Fashion – Explore issues of Fairtrade
PSHE: Human Rights
Literacy: Argument – Development
Emma – Year 4
PSHE: Human Rights/Rights of the child
Literacy: Report Writing: Endangered Animals (causes)
Science: Habitats: Link to Literacy
Peer coaching:To observe each other – focus on enthusiasm and response from children
To compare similar lessons taught (PSHE)
To work together to identify ease of International Links into the planning. (Liasing with other staff members)
P4C Literacy link – ice melting and the effect on animals.
What is a need? What is a want?
What top 5 needs do you think should always be met? Why?
What are they going to do?
Who knows about this?
When will they become happy?
Who will help them?
Where are they?
Where is their home?
Where are their shoes? Warm clothes?
Where is their food?
What has happened?
What are the working conditions like?
What information have you found out about the workers lives? How does this make you feel?
What is happening in each picture?
Where do you think this is happening?
Post-its were used to respond to images and written information about workers living in developing countries.
Videos from the ‘Fairs Fair’ resource pack supported children’s understanding of ethical/fair trade.
Drama activities were used to support children’s understanding and develop empathy: role play as a character, completing own task against the clock and hot seating.
Persuasive writing children’s understanding of ethical/fair trade.– to the executive at Nike – STOP using pesticides! Use FAIR TRADE cotton!
Alison – Responses from the children children’s understanding of ethical/fair trade.
Feedback from other Year 6 teachers – Children enjoyed the session (P4C) and found it interesting
‘Everyone participated and shared ideas.’
‘When we had to agree or disagree.’
‘When we had talk partners, we could express ourselves.’
‘Taking it in turns to talk.’
‘Use a video.’
‘If we could choose one more question.’
‘More time to discuss and talk.’
Emma – Useful resources children’s understanding of ethical/fair trade.
Alison & Emma – Engaging others/Taking things forward children’s understanding of ethical/fair trade.