Year 10 students had the fantastic opportunity to work with representatives from ‘Right Words’ this week. Rights Words is a national competition, which each year provides a theme for Key Stage 4 students to study. Previous themes have included ‘Child Soldiers’, which saw our students research the Sierra Leone civil war.
This year’s theme is on the subject of ‘Freedom of Expression’. The Year 10 students spent much of the session exploring the theme and its impact on societies and individuals around the world. The students were then encouraged to produce a piece of writing in any genre they wished, demonstrating their learning, opinions and feelings on the subject.
The work will be entered as part of the ‘Right Words’ national competition; we would like to thank their representatives, who usually only work in London, for delivering such an insightful and productive workshop.
We will post some of the work produced on here, once it has been submitted!