SEAL Workshop

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Recently, in their SEAL lessons, Year Six have been experiencing what it would be like to be a teacher – not as easy as we thought!

Carefully and thoughtfully, each Year Six pupil thought of a skill or activity, which they were particularly confident at, and created a short lesson plan in order for them to teach that activity to someone else. There were all sorts of interesting lessons being planned such as: how to plait hair (using Miss Senior as a willing volunteer); how to build Lego; how to play football; how to speak many different languages including Greek and Portuguese; how to do magic tricks, as well as many, many more.

Jamie was learning the colours in Portuguese from Leticia, “One of them is called ‘vermelho’, which means Red.” – Jamie, Opal Class.

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“I’ve been learning how to do card magic tricks and how to do the ‘flower trick’ from Reagan” – Coben, Quartz Class

“I’ve learned a bit more about sketching from Jessica. I’ve been practising and am getting better.” – Katie, Opal Class

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Leticia was learning how to play Monopoly from Jamie, “We need to get money to pay for houses. If someone lands on yours, they need to pay you money.” – Leticia, Opal Class

“I learnt some Taekwondo moves and how to do blocks from Summer” – Tyler, Quartz Class

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“I learnt the colours and how to say them in Swahili from Majida.” – Red, Opal Class

As you can see from the pictures below, Year Six really enjoyed the opportunity to become a teacher and pass on their skills to someone else! They all managed to learn something the didn’t before… even some of the adults learnt a thing or two as well!

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  1. Great idea Y6. I would have liked to have learnt some magic. I did hear that Cody taught the class computer keyboard shortcuts. I know ctrl x, c, v, b, but would like to know more.

    Mr Sieczkarek

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