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Us and the Universe | Creative Schools

Even in groups, most students appeared to be working individually rather than collaboratively. There was confusion between forces and energy. Were they waiting to be given the answer rather than working collaboratively to come up with a potential answer?

Settlement and Sustainability | Creative Schools

The collaborative activities, warm ups and reflections resulted in a visible increase in empathy, perspective and cause and effect. Warm ups such as the ‘Human Knot’ and ‘Leaning Out’ helped them to understand that not all methods work.

Expose – Explore - Expand | Creative Schools

They focused on developing students collaborative & inquisitive habits of learning with workshop style sessions, to create a high functioning space.

Count the Beat like a Superhero | Creative Schools

The classroom environment already incorporated a lot of opportunities for play and imagination however the students were not used to collaborating and working together. What happened?

An Elemental Adventure | Creative Schools

Collaborating & managing. -. Work independently, and collaboratively when required, to plan, develop and communicate ideas and information, using management processes. Humanities and Social Sciences. – HASS Skills (7-8).

Pets and Space | Creative Schools

We ended up with six pets that were made with students working collaboratively. The curriculum focus was space and our solar system, so the idea of pets was incorporated into the curriculum focus.

The Adventures of AquaFire | Creative Schools

Select, and apply, safe procedures when using components and equipment to make solutions, work independently, or collaboratively when required, to plan, develop and communicate ideas and information for solutions. Context.

Jingle Fun | Creative Schools

What happened: Teacher Sophie Tonks and musician Kirsty Mees encouraged our pupils to engage collaboratively and creatively in sharing their ideas around health and wellbeing, with a focus on musical exploration, composition, movement, and literacy.

Cardboard Cut-Out People | Creative Schools

Collaboratively, we created 11 full-size cardboard cut-out body shapes, and each week we added any new discoveries we had made about paper to these cardboard sculptures.

Game Makers and Becoming the Game Changers | Creative Schools

We used word art, impromptu theatre, wax resist paintings, music, games, persistence, discipline, imagination, collaboration, healthy inquisitions, a yoga ball, pictures of fruit and many other methods of thought provocation and availability of individual thought