Cannon Park Primary School is now an Ambassador for Learning by Questions. LbQ is an award-winning teaching tool, which enables children to answer questions sets online right across the curriculum. Feedback from our children has been very positive and we’re happy to be an ambassador for such a high-quality online platform, which helps all children achieve their potential in school.
Warwick University are launching a monthly challenge aimed at primary school children in Key Stage 2. The project will take place between February and July 2021 and is designed and delivered by four Undergraduate Warwick Students.
What is the Digital Monthly Challenge and why take part?
The University of Warwick believes in supporting every child to access higher education and the monthly challenge aims at bringing the campus and their students to you digitally.
The students have designed an online set of activities for children to discover at home. They can learn more about their campus, what a university is and what it is like to be a student. These will be published here at the end of each month.
Who is it for?
The activities and resources are available for anyone in Years 3 to 6 (Key Stage 2).
How does it work?
The children can complete the activities at home on their own or with the help of their parent. To access the activities, just click on the link below to find out about this month’s topic and hear from the students. There will be downloadable activities and you can submit your work once you are ready. Our students will then send you a completion certificate and a short video feedback.
The project is entirely digital and can be done from home or school on a computer. It is asynchronous so the children get to meet our students indirectly via videos and blogs. . Challenges will be released in the first week of each month, February’s is now released and can be found here.
There is no eligibility criteria, any student in KS2 is welcome to sign up.
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