RND Learning Day 2017

Today is Red Nose Day  – we invited our pupils to come into school as normal, but bring a £1.00 to donate to RND and then to become teachers for the day (or morning at least).

We asked our pupils – What will you teach?  What will you learn?

Our children are so talented – there is a wealth of skills amongst our pupils – languages, sports, arts and so much more.

Not only do they have a great range of skills – they are great teachers. This resonates with the way we learn in class where teachers often give pupils teaching roles to work together and teach others. The have the language of learning and the mindset to go with it.

Please watch our video of this wonderful day.

 

 

About Mr Hurst

I am proud to be the headteacher at Lever House Primary School. I love learning and feel so lucky to be involved in the education of children. I work with wonderful people and am always looking to make things at school fun and exciting. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and Lever House is the Apple Regional Training Centre for Lancashire West.
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6 Responses to RND Learning Day 2017

  1. Sasha's_&Max's mum says:

    Amazing day! Well done, Kids!

  2. William Thomas says:

    Fantastic

  3. Leanne Bache says:

    That is lovely. Louis and Jake had a brilliant day. Thank you.

  4. Emma Jones says:

    Well done to all the children and teachers, what a lovely and different way to help comic relief

  5. jellis says:

    A fantastic day with lots of new learning. I learnt how to sign the Rainbow colour song and many other new skills. Thank you for a great day Lever House pupils.

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