MORAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES
To kick off this half term, students across the school participated in a day of Moral Education. Each tutor group was assigned a moral topic linked to their current curriculum area. Tutors went head to head in a battle of moral displays; demonstrating their innovative and creative skills.
The most dynamic display designers were:
- Ms. Taylor – 6A
- Mr. Ashcroft – 4B and
- Ms. Shaheedullah – 8D
Congratulations to the winners!
Shahad from year 12:
“The day started off being about the excitement of having a free lesson, but it quickly turned into an infectious debate on what makes a person morally active. Every classroom within our school was allocated a particular topic of Moral Education; stemming from how to be moral, all the way to, the characteristics of an ethical person. This creative and interactive board making activity stimulated many conversations and allowed us students, to learn from one another what is, and what is not acceptable. There was an abundance of creativity enveloped within a tarp of teamwork and motivation, the activity was taken as more than just a school project-but a life lesson. It allowed us to learn how to listen and learn from one another, as well as the ability to delegate work amongst a class of 30 or so peers. In conclusion, this day provoked an immense amount of student creativity and team building skills, as well as giving us a better understanding and appreciation for the importance of morality in everyday life.”