Students from Clapton Girls’ Academy show us the key steps to prepare as a team for a debate, using the BP format.
Teams of 3 give 8-minute speeches and engage in rigorous analysis using the World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC) format.
Students from Clapton Girls’ Academy debate this interesting Geography motion in British Parliamentary (BP) format.
14 year-old pupils from Bury St Edmunds debate an engaging politics motion in a 3-a-side format with floor debate.
GCSE pupils from Hackney debate this history exam classic in a 2-a-side format with audience questions.
Weighty arguments in our lean, mean 2-a-side format with plenty of audience questions for dessert.
Two debate teams, both alike in dignity, in fair Verona, where we lay our scene …
The ball’s in your court, as singles and doubles players line up for some quick-witted rallies of responses.
“Roll up, roll up for the boxing match debate”, the Noisy Classroom’s big-hitter for differentiation and teamwork.
Are you on one side, or the other? Who occupies the centre ground? Are you part of a group or out on a limb?
A quick exercise based on the timeless question, “what would you do if you could change the world?”
There are lots of reasons why we might decide only to eat food from our own country, and patriotism is only one of them.
Six tech-savvy and well-read primary pupils from Hackney debate this motion which is so relevant for all in education today.
A great example of a topical and geographically-specific topic from 2012; what similar motions might you set?