Social Housing | Issue Highlights & Thought Leader

The Thought Leaders of this BNC Issue were Michael Faraday School!

Michael Faraday School impressed us with their Final Pieces which showed excellent planning and preparation. Although they didn't all agree with each other about a solution, they gave brilliant reasons for their suggestions and did so clearly and confidently. Throughout the BNC Issue they have contributed lots on the Hub and shown fantastic examples of scepticism. We particularly enjoyed reading their wealth of curiosity rich questions that were sent on to Expert Contributors. Well done!

We were also really impressed by...

We enjoyed watching the confident presentation from Starcron09 and Sassy Savage Princess at Willowtown Primary School. They had clearly learnt lots this term; we spotted key figures and key words that supported their reasons. We also thought the original questions that they asked were great! Watch the whole video here.

Well done to #Sillyfox & #bluefox at Foxfield Primary School. We thought they did really well at explaining the current problem of social housing. It was also good to see them thinking of ways to overcome the lack of social housing. Great work! Watch the full interview.

BNC Skills...

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!

Streatham Wells Primary School

Michael Faraday School

St Gregory's Primary School

St Saviour's and St Olave's School

Boutcher Primary School

Weekly Winners...

Thanks to all of the Burnet News Club members who have entered the Weekly Competition. We think your ideas are brilliant! You can check out each of the winning entries by clicking here.  

4 Comments

  1. St Peter's Primary School St Peter's Primary School

    Well done to Michael Faraday School for being thought leader!!! 🙂
    AgentKitty

  2. St Saviour's & St Olave's School St Saviour's & St Olave's School

    Congratulations to Michael Faraday and well done to everyone that has been part of the Burnet news club.
    Sluglove123

  3. Ben Jonson Primary School Ben Jonson Primary School

    Well done and your piece must have been really good but all the other schools did good.
    By diamond giraffe

  4. No way! Awesome!!!!!!

    PeperamiMan

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