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Galliard Primary School

Galliard Primary School

Be The Best You Can Be

Project

Erasmus Plus Project Activities

2018-2020

 

C1 Short-term joint staff training events (TRIP TO UK)

  • ICT training

 

P1 - My city and country

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

Pupils to learn about each other through pen-friends, followed by Skype

. explore and share their identity - all about me activity.

Exchange of identity box items and discuss about it.

children to increase knowledge and understanding of the city/town and

country they live in whilst finding out about other European cities and countries.

Activity: Each partner school will prepare questions about their country and

city for children in other countries to answer. This will include locating country

and city/town on map, drawing flag of the country, currency, heads of state

etc. Next, children to will research the countries and cities of their partners

and then attempt to complete the questions. Questions will be sent back to

the partner schools for the children to mark.

Children will produce language and fact file of each partner country and put

on display board in school and in our shared eTwinning platform.

 

P5 - Launching of our project to parent.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

Newsletters will be sent to parents inviting them to the launching of the

project at the beginning of the academic year in September 2018. This will be

an opportunity to get parents involve in the project.

 

P2 -  Data Collection

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

In Maths and Geography, each school will learn about each other’s climatic

conditions, gather geographical data on population, climate and rainfall, and

use the data to produce different graphs- bar graphs, line graphs, block

graphs etc based on the type of data collected in maths. The aim is to give

pupils the opportunity to learn about each other’s’ geographical data, and to

compare and contrast the differences.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY

During Geography lessons, pupils will work as a class to collect data on

climate - weather, rainfall, temperature and population of partnership schools

and use it to produce a statistical data (bar charts/graph) and with targeted

questions in maths.

 

P6 – Research on capital cities

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

In Geography, children will research on capital cities of each participating

country, focusing on National monuments, through the use ICT.

Children will then display their work in classrooms and on display boards.

in Art lessons, they will use produce art work of their chosen monument- by

painting, collage, shading, colouring etc.

C2 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils (TRIP TO FRANCE)

  • Practical Mathematics

 

P4

AIMS AND OBJECTIVE

Continue to create numbers from waste materials

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY

Pupils will build upon the previous activity by working in groups to produce

different number products from waste materials - number cards, number

puzzles, number operational symbols, paper and fabrics multiplication

posters, greeting cards, basic number problem cards, coloured drawings,

number calendars, busses from cardboard depending on their age. These

would be shared with partners through Skype, PowerPoint presentation sent

through emails, other resources will be sent through the post.

 

P3

Children will start learning about the basics of coding in ICT lessons.

They would use Lego blocks to try and build digital devices. This activity

would help pupils acquire basic skills and knowledge in coding and to use it

to build digital devices. It would also help prepare pupils for the collaborative

task on coding and digital learning during trans-national mobility trip to

Norway. Importantly, it would help pupils develop their computational skills,

analytical and reasoning skills.

 

C3 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils (TRIP TO POLAND)

  • Coding and digital learning, Mathematics-linked ICT

 

 

C4 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils

  • Geometry & measurements

 

P7

In science lessons, children will research on Space, focusing on the solar system.

Children will use their mathematical skills to calculate differences in the planet system. They will work out the differences in terms of size, distances and appearance. Also they will explore each planet's features. Again, children will share this activity on E twinning platform account.

 

C5 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils (TRIP TO SPAIN)

  • Enterprise Scheme

 

P8

In D&T, children will use recycled materials to model and design 3-D shapes

of familiar objects in our homes, towns and environment as a whole. Next, they will write questions and statements for the shapes, take photographs of their work and share with partners through Skype, E twinning platform and post. This activity will help children develop their design and technology skills combined with mathematical statements and enquiries.

 

P9 - Newsletters to parents.

 

Invitation letters to Education personnel, Guest, Local press etch, informing them about the progress of the project and the celebration of the children's leaning and achievements which would be held in each individual school- (Date will be confirmed later on). Each school will organise an exhibition to celebrate and showcase children's work and achievements in the project.

 

C6- Short-term exchanges of groups (TRIP TO UK)

  • Real life application of Maths and Computing and future planning