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Roald Dahl project morning

Posted on: 18 May 2017 by Weston Green School | Category: Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2

The school community enjoyed a wonderful morning looking at the children’s independent projects recently. This was the culmination of several months of independent research by the KS1 and KS2 the pupils who, this year, were thinking about Roald Dahl and focusing on a chosen aspect of his life or work.

Many parents joined us for Mr Harrison’s assembly after which time was spent visiting the classrooms to view the hugely impressive range of projects on display – there were some wonderfully inventive pieces of work and a really impressive amount of research presented in imaginative ways, from an almost life size BFG (with Sophie sitting on his shoulder) to an animated film of the foxes and badgers from Fantastic Mr Fox. There were some wonderful recipes for Marvellous Medicines and some children chose to focus on Roald Dahl’s time in the RAF and built models of the Gloster Gladiator he flew. The overall standard was extremely high and the teachers had an incredibly difficult task to pick finalists from their classes.

Well done to all the children who worked on a project – we were all very impressed by your imagination and creativity.

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