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Somerton Primary 13h
have been thinking about how to look after our world so we can help Percy the owl. He had his tree house chopped down and he needed our help. What will you do to help?
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Joanne Tiplady May 15
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Symplify Jun 23
We are delighted to see that oracy in the classroom is being put under the spotlight - well done . We would love to be a part of this movement, what can we do to get involved?
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VHPS Year 2 Feb 13
Keegan demonstrating how to write in Chinese Calligraphy.
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The Oracy Hub Jun 21
Through Oracy children find their voices: they develop confidence to formulate share and discuss thoughts & opinions. They explore their personality and influence in their world, and they learn to listen to other voices in order to be meaningfully, socially involved.
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Eylan Ezekiel FCCT ✊🏽🌳🖖🏽 12h
Trying to express a model of learning around Big Questions, (+ ) and think this 'fruit based' metaphor works -but would appreciate some feedback. Should I take another bite at it (!)?
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Hester Dickinson May 24
Asked my class for honest final feedback on our project today...braced myself and: “Oracy makes me go to my full potential because I have more ideas”, “Oracy makes me have more confidence” and “I like it when we are in a circle; everyone speaks”= some of the answers ❤️😭🎉
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Becky Aston 10h
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Amy Gaunt Mar 27
Not much evidence of the social & emotional strand of oracy on display in the House of Commons this evening 🤦🏼‍♀️
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Stephen Wright 5h
Excellent work from yr9 today building with . Huge progress made across the class. Very welcoming staff gave us lots of support. Fantastic students with lots to give. Well done all of you. You smashed it.
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The ESU Lincolnshire 19h
See it, say it, write it. Happy scribbling on .
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Laura Dixon Mar 17
So excited to teach year 8 next week- All the favourites
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Duncan Partridge Jun 20
dilemma at - not great scheduling!
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Byron Court Jun 25
Thank you to those Parents/Carers who attended this morning’s workshop and for your very positive feedback. Our next coffee morning will be presented by our Child Well-being Practitioner on Tuesday 9th July
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Mrs P-Wilson Jun 24
Doing some work on to present to my SLT team about embedding into the new curriculum. I have the tools from ... just wondering if there is anything else out there that is recommended?
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Mrs Afraoui Jun 12
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Abraham Moss School 16h
Year 7 took part in an project to help develop their speaking and listening skills which they demonstrated in a speech to the tutor group.The best ones were put forward to attend a workshop with a professional speaker . video link here:
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Sarah Argent Jun 15
"It starts with the end. The end. Once upon a time. The end. Once upon a time there was a story in which nothing happened. The end." Yesterday's stories from 4 year olds.
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Mr P May 28
Only on Chp 3 and already buzzing with inspiration. What a brilliant read on developing - can’t wait to see what the rest of the book holds
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Natasha Palladino May 1
Our wonderful London proudly showing off their end of course certificates (because who doesn't love a certificate?!) They've been making the case for in their schools and doing a brilliant job getting their students talking in class 🙌 📣
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