This year Brackley C of E Junior School decided to participate in ‘No pens day Wednesday’. No Pens Day Wednesday is a national speaking and listening event organised by The Communication Trust. The Communication Trust aims to raise the profile of effective communication. Of all the skills we develop at school, the ability to communicate effectively is the one that has the most profound and potentially positive impact on our lives. Communication is at the core of what we do: at home, in work, at school and socially. Strong language skills and good communication are key to children reaching their full potential. One of our Y4 classes have shared their pictures from the day:-
"We found ingenious ways to create the answers to the maths problems!
We used: multi-link cubes, rice, dienes squares and even shaving foam to write our answers. We were very creative."
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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