Well done to this BNC Issue's Thought Leader: Colegrave Primary School!
Congratulations to Colegrave Primary School who are our Thought Leader for the Catalonia BNC Issue. Colegrave ticked every box for us: lots of different Hub Handles taking part in the online discussion, great Final Pieces submitted, a winning Weekly Competition entry and loads of participation during BNC Live! We loved hearing about the successes and challenges their club experienced on the day and the brilliant teamwork that helped them come to a decision.
We were also really impressed by...
This was a fantastic Final Piece written by Pip:Wip at Graveney School. It was excellent to read a persuasive speech that demonstrated the five BNC skills; curiosity, scepticism, open-mindedness, storytelling and reasoning. They also included a range of examples; from real-life examples on Earth, to ideas from the fictional town of Seabourne! You can read the full piece here.
Well done to Fireeater2018 at Boutcher Primary School. Here at the Burnet News Club, we are always looking for club members who are confident enough to talk about an issue and give their point of view. This isn't easy to do, and we thought Fireeater2018 did a brilliant job. Watch the full speech.
Each half term, we look for Burnet News Club members who are demonstrating our five key skills: storytelling, reasoning, scpeticism, open-mindedness and curiosity. Here are some examples that we thought were great!
Harris Academy Beckenham
Michael Faraday School
St Gregory's Primary School
Newington Community Primary
Briar Hill Primary School
Well done to all of the BNC members who have entered the Weekly Competition. They were especially tricky to judge during this Issue! You can check out each of the winning entries by clicking here.