Curriculum Projects 2019 and 2018

What Makes Britain Great? - 2019

In the Summer of 2019 we have developed our historical enquiry skills ensuring progression through the years, learning about 'WHAT MAKES BRITAIN GREAT?" However, before we could start our topic researching what made Britain great in the past, we needed to discuss what makes Britain great today.  To do this, we worked on a whole school book which was called: 'Simon Sock'.  Simon Sock investigates differences between socks and this helped us to make links to celebrate differences within our world.  Through our work, we discussed our differences and the differences of all who live in Britain, whether that be nationality, religion, race, disability or gender.  We realised that all our welcome here both in Britain and in our school; and, it is this that makes us great.  To celebrate our differences, we developed this video as a whole school.  We hope you enjoy it.  Please note: the video is at the bottom of the page.


In partnership with Wimboldsley Primary School and Chester Zoo we embarked on an exciting project last summer term. The pupils investigated WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THERE IS NO PALM OIL? and we were part of a project to help make Chester become the World's first Sustainable Palm Oil City.

We are the future and have a role to play for future generations.

Palm Oil Challenge

The growing oil palm industry and unsustainable production of palm oil is one of the biggest threats facing the forests and wildlife of Borneo and Sumatra – and demand is increasing.

We can make a big difference in protecting wildlife by tackling the issue of unsustainable palm oil production.

Forest habitats are being lost, animals are losing their homes and carbon is being released into the atmosphere, contributing to global warming.


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