Building learning

5 key stage 2 children stood in front of a display of cardboard Big Ben, a tea party and a flag with the queen's face on it.
Proud pupils show the Messenger photographer their Jubilee creation. Photo by Cherifa Zaida

Story by Amy Palmer | Photo by Cherifa Zaida

5 key stage 2 children stood in front of a display of cardboard Big Ben, a tea party and a flag with the queen's face on it.
Proud pupils show the Messenger photographer their Jubilee creation. Photo by Cherifa Zaida

On Tuesday 14th November the Messenger was lucky enough to be invited to see the creative and inspiring work of pupils at Owler Brook and Whiteways Primary schools. Their ‘Building Learning Power’ museum is an annual exhibition of work made by the children as they learn to practice the four ‘Rs’ of good learning: resilience, reflectiveness, reciprocity and resourcefulness. It was quite a sight to behold!