Feedback from School Visits – March 2017

March 2017 Feedback

Here is a collection of feedback we have received for March 2017.  Another successful month!

 

Helen Newton – Shirebrook Academy

“An extremely useful and enjoyable educational day.”

 

Natasha Rowe – Shirebrook Academy

“Fantastic guide, really engaging” (Mosque)

“Very informative and welcoming” (Mandir)

“Great for students to try on clothes and get henna; interactive ways for students to learn.” (Workshop)

 

Alex Sutton – Berkswich Primary School

“Beautiful workshop with excellent content.  Really adapted to Y1 children.” (Mandir)

 

Mrs S Turner – St Mary’s First School

“As always, the children learnt so much.  A worthwhile trip.”

 

Brian Rice – Lady Manners School

“Informative and challenging for our students.  Misconceptions were dealt with well.” (Mosque)

 

Sophie Moran – Lady Manners School

“Very welcoming and educational for the students.” (Mandir)

“Extremely welcoming and willing to answer all sorts of questions.” (Mosque)

“Extremely welcoming and friendly, students have particularly expressed they enjoyed the Gurdwara.” (Gurdwara)

 

Cath Thompson – St George’s Primary School

“Very friendly and enjoyable.” (Gurdwara)

“Very enjoyable and well planned/prepared.” (Workshop)

“The children have had an excellent morning and have learnt a lot.  Thank you.”

 

Hilary Maltby – St Giles C of E Primary

“The children really enjoyed their visit and have done good follow up work.  The talk was just right for the age group – just the right amount of information.” (Mosque)

 

Nick McGowan – Whittington Green

“ Host was very knowledgeable” (Mosque)

“Loved the food!  Very informative.” (Gurdwara)

 

Miss Ashcroft – Doveridge Primary School

“Really enjoyed the whole day!  Thank you!”

 

Mrs S McIntyre – St Elizabeth’s RC Primary

“The host was very welcoming and informative.  Children interested and enjoyed both sessions.”

 

Teacher Comments from CPD Training

“A good range of practical ideas and resources – I like having links sent by email.”

“Lots of resources to focus in on elements of the KS2 curriculum which was useful.  As a non RE specialists, having resource ideas and direction towards where to find resources is really helpful.”

“Good ideas to encourage all year groups to take part in good quality RE lessons.”

“Good activities and interactive.”

 

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