Well done to this BNC Issue's Thought Leader: Streatham Wells Primary School!
Congratulations this half term go to Streatham Wells Primary School who are our Thought Leader for the gender equality BNC Issue.
This half term there was a phenomenally high standard of Final Pieces across the board. Streatham Wells contributed to this with their original mix of sculpture and painting. We also enjoyed their insightful posts and comments on the Hub which remained open-minded and challenged our preconceived ideas about gender.
We were also really impressed by...
This post was written by Blueleopard at Faringdon Community College. It was a really impressive read that questioned the need for gender neutral language across the board; from children's cartoons to national job titles. What was really excellent was the quality of the response that followed, which showed open-mindedness and strong reasoning. You can read the full post here.
Priceless Bunny and Goldenrespect at Elaine Primary Academy showed excellent curiosity and conducted an experiment at their school to find out more about gender equality. They were curious to find out more about what was going on around them and challenged their assumptions, before encouraging the rest of the Burnet News Club to do the same. Read the full post here.
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!