primary schools debate

Enfield Primary Debating Challenge

The Enfield Primary Debating Challenge is one of the oldest borough debating competitions in the UK and Noisy Classroom are delighted to support it every year. This term we have trained pupils from 12 primary schools in Enfield, and we were extremely impressed by the quality of ideas and expression on display. Now the schools …

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British Values Primary Workshop

On Monday November 12th we were at Minster Primary School in Wiltshire. Minster was running a ‘British values day’ and looking at the suffragettes and their legacy. We ran three workshops, for years 3, 4 and 5, debating some of the issues surrounding the suffragettes and political activism. Starting with the question ‘is it ever …

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Hackney Primary Debate Challenge

This week 11 schools took part in the Hackney Primary Debate Challenge, organised by Noisy Classroom, the Hackney Teaching Schools Alliance and hosted at Clapton Girls’ Academy. Schools took part in a 2 hour morning workshop on Monday – Thursday, before all coming together on Friday for a celebration day and mini-tournament. After a series …

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Enfield Primary Debate Challenge

Tuesday saw the finals of the Enfield Primary Debate Challenge at Carterhatch Junior School. The hosts won the Grand Finals in a close debate against Merry Hills Primary School. Carterhatch will go on to represent Enfield in the London Primary Debate Championships on 6 July. Noisy Classroom was delighted to support the Enfield Challenge with …

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Debating Workshops in Stoke

Last week we were at St Mary’s Primary School in Stoke on Trent. We spent two days delivering debating workshops for all of the students in years five and six, and then all of the staff came together for a twilight CPD session focussing on the ways in which they can embed oracy and debating …

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