"A curriculum for spoken language depends on a range of different interrelated aspects: physical, linguistic, cognitive, social and emotional..."
Great to see @Ofstednews referencing the Oracy Framework! We'll be responding to the English Curriculum Review in more detail later. https://t.co/z4AP4BPMJ6
Year 4 have been making their 'stamp' to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. They have worked incredibly hard to create their own postage stamps. https://t.co/PFz9IdFbx4
@WashwoodMAT - 27 May
Huge shoutout to Evie who has very kindly made every child in our class a Jubilee bracelet. She was worried some children might not have anything red, white and blue for our party day tomorrow. Evie even made a bracelet for the teachers. ❤️🤍💙@Topcliffeschool@MsCTopcliffeHthttps://t.co/Hk00ZAQBRf
We are delighted to announce that our 2022 Great Oracy Exhibition this year will take place in coordination with @WashwoodMAT. We are so excited to be hosting this part conference/part festival on all things oracy!
Tickets are officially on sale ➡️ https://t.co/TgQA4gRc5Shttps://t.co/EnbcAwPERd
Presentational talk Oracy in action.
Students discuss the 'Air We Breathe' with Sir Chris Whitty, and Dr Justin Varney. How can we reduce air pollution and get fitter by cycling.
@WashwoodMAT - 25 Jan
Brownmead Rights Respecting Steering Committee. What do we need as opposed to what we want? https://t.co/QE9UnB31va
@WashwoodMAT - 23 Oct
1/3 of burglaries take place through windows and doors that aren’t secure. Never leave them unlocked, even if you’re just popping out! https://t.co/38FTBGWixq