Today we prepared and presented our Fairtrade presentations based on the point of views suggested in the Fairtrade post below.
It was very interesting to see how we worked together to produce our final presentation. Each group has a presentation creator, a researcher, a blogger and a motivator all with different roles to help achieve the end result. I was very impressed with how some groups used each role to support another and produce some high quality research. We ended up with:
3 power points, 2 iMovies and 2 piccollages. Some presentations were supported with additional posters as well.
It was an excellent way for us to share what we had found and to help us understand the concept of Fairtrade.
Well done everyone!
Here is a short video showing our afternoon's efforts:
Amie has set her sights on being a true champion this week. As we all know, Amie is very determined and the results are nothing but what I would have expected from her.
She has achieved a whopping 9,580 points in just one day, which is a new class record. This saw her finish 6th in the UK (it was a strong day today) and a superb 15th in the world (which is another class record).
Fantastic Amie. See me for a success card stamp!
Last week saw a fantasitc performance from the whole of Year 5. 31 of us achievled our Mathletics Bronze award for the week, and we also had one Silver award as well (for achieving 5 Bronze certificates)
Every day is a busy day, in Year 5, and today was no different. We had the extrememly difficuly task of chosing our new School Council representatives.