Cross year group cooperation is a very important part of children's learning and growth. Through senior students guiding junior students, they can broaden each other's thinking. In the process of this fun interaction, children can also improve their interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.
Year 7 Historians have been excited this spring to invite Year 5 and Year 4 students into their Mongolian experience. Year 7 student introduced a wide range of aspects of Mongolian life in the 1200s.
Year 7 students designed various games independently, giving full play to their creativity, imagination and the ability to integrate subject knowledge, while the students of Year 4 and Year 5 expanded their knowledge in this fun interaction.
Year 7 students carefully choreographed the puppet show. Through this way of interpretation, a somewhat obscure historical story which took place a long time ago became more vivid, interesting and easier to comprehend.
Year 4 and Year 5 children tried traditional Mongolian archery to experience 'hunting for food' under the instruction of Year 7 students.