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Tel: 01535 653315 | Email: office@steeton.bradford.sch.uk

Welcome to Steeton Primary School.

Our recent eTwinning projects

 

Please read about our eTwinning projects, which are listed here.  At Steeton School, we often work with our international partners in cross-curricular projects.  We believe that this both broadens and deepens our curriculum, enabling our pupils to share with, and learn from, other children around the world.  We also often learn some words in a new language during our work!

Our recent international eTwinning projects include:

Songs and rhymes 2  Year 2 pupils are working with schools in Cyprus, France and Ukraine to share songs and rhymes.

Christmas Connections Through Art 2017 in which we have been working with schools in Croatia, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Moldova, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Ukraine.  Our Year 2 class researched the artist L  S Lowry to make cards inspired by his work and we held a video call with our neighbouring school in Eastburn.  All the schools in the project exchanged cards inspired by artists and this led to art gallery displays in all the project schools!

Christmas Connections 2016 working with other local schools and schools in Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain and Ukraine.  We held an international conference video call in December 2016.  This project won a national prize in June 2017.

Project with Rome (Year 3-4 in 2016)  A project linked with our Erasmus+ project.

French/English Culture and Language Project (Year 5-6 in 2016)  A project with our long term partner school in Brest, Brittany, France.

Pobble writing project (Year 5-6 in 2016)

We worked with schools in France and Spain, using the same picture as a prompt for writing.  It also included local schools in Eastburn and Oakworth.  We held a video call with our partner school in Spain. Mrs Linford showcased this project at an international training course for teachers in Newcastle in May 2017.

Christmas around Europe 2015 In   this project, we worked with school in France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and Ukraine, as well as schools in our local cluster.   We shared ideas for making Christmas decorations and enjoyed making lots of them!  You can find the instructions for the decorations in this ebook.  This project won a national prize in June 2016.

Keep Cool – Stay Warm!

This was as project about Climate Change, working with partners in Georgia, Greece, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine and also including schools in our local cluster who were learning how to use eTwinning.  It received a European Quality Label.

Christmas Truce

This project won the prize for the best UK eTwinning project in 2014-15!  We worked with schools in 10 countries (Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Ukraine and UK)and remembered the Christmas Truce of 1914.  We learned Silent Night in all the languages of the project and held a video call in December 2014.  We all sang Silent Night in all our languages as a memorial to the first Christmas Truce.  We also exchanged Christmas cards with our partners.  The project received a European Quality Label and also won the NAACE Impact Award.

World War 2: Our Shared History

In this project, we shared our learning about World War 2 with the other schools in the project and it was interesting to compare our different histories about the period.  Our partner schools were in Croatia, Italy, Poland and Slovenia and you can see our work in our ebook.  This project received a European Quality Label and was awarded a national UK eTwinning prize in June 2014.

Farming around Europe

This project focused on farming in our different countries.  We produced an ebook as a project outcome.  The project received a European Quality Label and was awarded a national UK eTwinning prize in June 2014.

People and places: Guadeloupe and England

We worked with a partner school in Guadeloupe and exchanged information about our neighbourhoods.  We were very interested to receive newspapers, recipes and postcards from Guadeloupe.

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Steeton Primary School, Market Street Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 6NN
Tel: 01535 653315 | Email: office@steeton.bradford.sch.uk
Please contact our school administrator: Mrs J Simpson

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