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Presentations of Learning

A fundamental element of our SVP curriculum is that each Expeditionary Project works towards a “Presentation of Learning”. We aim for these to be public wherever possible; once a year we aim for our Projects to leave a “legacy” – something which exists in the real world beyond the project.

This section of our website will build over time with examples of our end of Project presentations.

The core values of SVP

Year 6 Crew designed and created a mural to be displayed in the school foyer, which epitomises the core values of SVP.

How Important Is A Home?

As a part of their project, ‘How Important Is A Home?’ Year 2 Crew created a bug hotel, which had different parts catered to specific mini beasts.

Gilmoss Recycling Centre

After a virtual visit with Gilmoss Recycling Centre, Year 1 Crew designed and worked with Heatons Group Ltd to create a reusable water bottle to tackle single use plastic in the community.  

Once in a lifetime

Year 2 Crew designed posters for our medical centre and shops to end their project “Once in a lifetime”

Vikings

Year 4 Crew created films all about the Vikings to end their Autumn project

International Slavery Museum

2019/20 Year 6 Crew Presenting their learning from their Roots Project at the International Slavery Museum

2018/9 – Year 4 Crew’s Roman Museum

Y4 Crew created their own Roman Museum which they proudly showed families in a special exhibition.

 

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