Curiosity Corner competition No.24

Well done to the Deadly Documenter at Hillbrook Primary School, who won this week’s Curiosity Corner competition! Your question is really thought-provoking and could start a lot of discussions. The Deadly Documenter used really good storytelling skills here, making it the winning question. Other BNC members from Edward Heneage school asked similar questions so well done to them as well.

Enter this week’s competition here.

TIPS FOR GREAT QUESTIONS

We look for questions that make people think about the issue. Make sure they are:

  • Debatable – make sure people could have different points of view on the answer.
  • Based on what you have learned or thought about the issue so far.

26 Comments

  1. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    What changes have we seen in 70 years? Is this a sign something needs to change?

    HillbrookEagle

  2. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    If the NHS didn’t exist, what would have happened to the population?

    The Epic Journalist

  3. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    The service was built in 1948 so how has it lasted until 2017?

    HBlife

  4. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    Would people have to move or visit abroad for health care if the NHS did not exist?

    Hillbrook Nosey

  5. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    If the NHS did not exist, who would you to turn to for help?

    The Deadly Documenter

  6. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    Would you rather have poor people paying for their health care but dying of hunger?

    HB Blogger

  7. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    Should either the length of appointments be reduced, or should the amount of appointments be reduced?
    -RavenTheRauthor

  8. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    Should either the length of appointments be reduced, or should the amount of appointments be reduced?
    -RavenTheRauthor

  9. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    Why should the NHS still exist if patients are not paying to fund it?

    HB fascinated & Amazing Author

  10. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    If there was no NHS would you have to leave the country to visit a hospital?

    HB Writer

  11. Malcolm Arnold Academy Malcolm Arnold Academy

    Since the original purpose was to cure diseases, why is it looking after broken bones?
    -TheXanderianReporter

    Is the NHS the best way to help people? Maybe?
    ~BxChrono

  12. Hillbrook Primary School Hillbrook Primary School

    If the NHS changed their policy, how many people’s perspectives would change and how would it change the service?

    HB fascinated and Amazing Author

  13. William Patten Primary School William Patten Primary School

    The NHS is here to help people isn’t it?
    PikachuPanda3

  14. Edward Heneage Primary Academy Edward Heneage Primary Academy

    What would life be like outside the NHS?

    Edward Heneage Burnet News Club

  15. Edward Heneage Primary Academy Edward Heneage Primary Academy

    its still around because if we didn’t have it how would people get checked?

    pikachu10

  16. St Mary's and St John's Church of England School St Mary's and St John's Church of England School

    We asked for free healthcare and got it, but is the NHS what we expected?

    Delta

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