FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL - WEDNESDAY 21ST MARCH
Students knew exactly what they were doing when I joined them at period 2.
By: Mr Cope
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY WED 21ST MARCH 2018 â€“ well planned/organised â€“ range of resources for kids to use, etc. Students enjoyed it. Easy for staff to manage. Nice touch to get the Weetabix personalised cereal boxes
By: Mr Thompson
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE 21ST MARCH 2018
though it went really well! All students knew what was expected of them and worked well in groups. Mrs Fitzgerald was fantastic facilitating everything and we had plenty of resources.
By: Mr Woods
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENEGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018
The students did really understand what they were meant to do directly after the assembly (P1). They were excited and enthused by the task so it appears it was pitched at the right level.
By: Mr Jackson
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018Work with different people
Using peoples different skills to make the project work
Met different people/ employers
Used different skills from different school subject areas
GUILSBOROUGH SCHOOL FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 7RHTN Fun, enjoyed the task. Liked working in groups on something different. Good to see what they have to think about
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018 7CPE It was enjoyable.
Something different, not the conventional timetabled lessons.
Lots of materials to use to make the farms.
7DNN enjoyed the topic, types of farms, group work, very creative day, great resources â€“ Overall good insight into Farming
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 21ST MARCH 2018 7JFF Teamwork, Communication & Leadership skills all developed
Students all enjoyed it
GUILSBOROUGH FOOD AND FARMING CHALLENGE DAY 7PRD
They knew enough information about the jobs
Being able to do independent work was good
Nice change to normal lessons
Liked having different teachers for the lessons
Liked the creative side of it (making the models)
Liked learning about new things whilst having fun
Liked the group work
Liked using the plasticine
A massive thank you to all involved in this. I want to thank Emma Pearson
for organising all of this and to Sam Fitzgerald (the outside business
person from Proactive Education) who was enthusiastic and organised the
business people (one ex-Shenley Brook End students in there too!).
I would say, talking to business people, students and staff that it went
By: Dave Greenhalgh
Sam has been instrumental in the planning and implementation of WRL and Enterprise Activities at Guilsborough School this year. Students have had access to a variety of different information from CV and Interview preparation through to Logistics and Engineering challenges thanks to the hard-work that Sam puts in. All events which have been organised in conjunction with Sam have been attended by a large number of skilled and enthusiastic industry volunteers. These volunteers have really helped to inspire the students and give them a real-world perspective on a variety of WRL and Enterprise activities. Sam always provides a high level of support for all events that we work on together and is accessible far beyond the requirements of the normal working day.
By: Caity Oâ€™Callaghan
Thank you so much for today â€“ a fab start to a new brand of flexible learning days at KHS.
By: Siona Robson, Headteacher
Samâ€™s contribution to Campion School has been outstanding over the years. This is the first year I have worked with Sam and I have found her expertise, enthusiasm and drive to be invaluable. She has offered both advice and resources to help with both drop-down days and PHSE lessons. Samâ€™s greatest contribution has been the number of employerâ€™s she has provided for these day, which without them, the days would not have been as successful. She briefs them in details before they work with the students to enable the days to run smoothly. So far this year, we will have had the expertise and knowledge of over 80 employer work with students at Campion.
By: Mark Lakey
Samantha has worked with Sponne school to arrange employer visits for Sixth Form students to enable them to have CV workshops and mock interviews. She has also arranged for a variety of employers to speak to Yr10 students about their careers and give them insight into the world of law, engineering, accounting and logistics to name but a few. She has worked professionally and tirelessly to ensure these days run smoothly so the students and the employers time has been well used and both gain from the experience. We could not run these events without her dedication and enthusiasm and look forward to continuing this for a long time to come.