#23 Ten or less!

26 February 2021

Skill Description Competition Speaking

Winners Announced!

Thank you to everyone who entered this week’s competition - we were amazed by how many different sentences you managed to come up with. Our winning entries this time were…

excited_grape of Faringdon Community College, who summed up their learning perfectly


crafty_panther of St Gregory's Catholic Primary School, who created a clear definition of protest in only ten words.

Great work!

It's time for the final competition about protest before we move onto our new topic: the infodemic!

We have decided to keep the task nice and straight-forward...but don't be fooled! It's trickier than it looks.

Your challenge this week is to sum up your learning from the the Issue in ten words or less.

You could explain what protest is, choose a favourite fact OR even tell us how your opinions have changed since the start of the topic.

The best entries will be clear, to the point and of course... no more than ten words!

Choose one of these sentence starters if you need some help to get going:

Now I think...

Protest is...

I have learnt...

The deadline for entries is Friday February 26th at midday. PLEASE ENTER ONLY ONCE and make sure your work is your own. Good luck!

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