The focus for this British Values Day was the UNICEF OutRight Campaign - which is focusing on children's health. The children were asked to mix classes so that they could share learning experiences with the rest of the school.
Pupils with the Year 3 teachers discussed the right children have to clean air. They came up with acrostic poems, designed leaflets, and wrote letters to parliament about the affects air pollution on children's health.
Pupils with the Year 4 teachers focused on the theme of air pollution in a variety of ways, from creating a poster about the affects it has on our health, to writing to the Minister of Environment- Michael Gove, some of them even made a comic strip featuring Captain Air Pollution!
Pupils with the Year 5 teachers created an advert on air pollution, persuading the public to think about the choices they make on their journeys to school, work and when running local errands. They also created an air pollution poster to support their ideas.
Pupils with the Year 6 teachers looked at the story of Paddington and discussed the way in which he was taken into a home and cared for to ensure that he was healthy.
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