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Our Curriculum Survey By Ellie Loxton And Josephine Billany
What and why What did we do? A group of children from Swan class were chosen to do a survey, on what our parents want us to learn in school. In our survey we asked four questions about the curriculum and here are our findings. Why did we do it? We did it because Mrs Eveleigh asked us too!
Should we be able to name trees and plants? Everyone we asked said yes! “Yes but just the main ones. ” “Maybe. ” Julie Merrett said ”I would love it if all the kids could!” she also said we should also be able to name birds too. ” “Yes it’s as good a knowledge as anything else!”
What skills do we need to learn for life? “Self awareness!” “Looking after your health. ” “Independence and problem solving. ” “Respect!” “The value of friendship!” “How to persevere. ” “IT safety, ” “How to get on with all different sorts of people. ” “Relaxation” “Social skills, ” “How to manage money. ” “Ways to increase self-confidence. ”
Should we learn about all religions and beliefs around the world? Lots and lots of people said “YES”! In fact 12/15 people to be precise. Two people said “ I suppose. ” “ Not all of them, but the things that are important around you. ” “ Yes, but you should learn about other cultures too. ”
Should we learn more about our locality? Four people said “definitely. ” “Yes, but also the work that goes on around here and historic. ” “ Yes, It’s quite important. ”
Also…. Many people said that we shouldn’t have any homework! RESULT!
Power. Point by: Josephine Billany And Ellie Loxton Survey by: Josephine Billany, Ellie Loxton, Charlie Cox, Lucy Caston, Bethany Thompson, And Kylan Mckeever. Questions by: Mrs Deborah Eveleigh