28 Apr

  • By wendydodds

On Wednesday 26th April 2017, Wilton Campus students took part in their first ‘One World Day’. The day was set up to give students the opportunity to experience others’ traditions and cultures, from countries such as Senegal, France, U.S.A., China, Brazil and Thailand. Students also attended workshops on a variety of world issues such as the environment and human rights. Workshops included;

African Drumming

Martial Arts

Capoeira

Parcour

American Line

Amnesty International

Environment Trust

Chinese traditions

Water Aid

The visitors who we invited into school to share their skills and knowledge spoke favourably about their visit. Here is just some of the feedback we received:

I just wanted to say a huge thank you for inviting me to such a wonderful day at Focus School Wilton Campus. It is a real pleasure to have delivered workshops for your students and colleagues. I hope that today’s performance will have the positive impact expected on your students.” – Cheiki, African drumming instructor

“Thank you for having us today at your school – you have a great bunch of kids!”Mike Young, Parcour instructor

Mr Colley – PE Teacher

Parkour

Line Movement

Chinese Traditions

Amnesty International

Environment Trust

Water Aid

Mr Colley – PE Teacher