Connecting classrooms

As a part of our programmes, we are connecting classrooms, both in the UK and internationally, to work together on a joined project. These two school work collaboratively on one project.

This helps to see how other schools work and encourages collaborative cohesion.

These projects usually last 12-36 weeks, depending on the agreement.

CASE STUDY: Hallmark PR, Winchester, Hampshire

NeuroHeadway was invited to work with a group of 15 – 16 year olds to focus on the role of citizenship, through neuroeducation.

Over the seven week workshop series, students undertook a series of role play therapy sessions, integrating ‘Building Awareness’ and ‘Controlling Our Behaviour’

To explore citizenship, students were encouraged to look at their lives and the world around them through the lens of a camera. The idea was to use their creative voice to help them make their own decisions and to take responsibility for their own lives and their communities.

Citizenship is the only subject in the national curriculum that teaches about the way democracy, politics, the economy and the law work and again, this area was explored by looking at relevant photography and visual footage.

Students looked at their own lives, families and friendship groups and took photographs that demonstrated how they can make a difference by being a contributing citizen.

The workshop series resulted in a wide body of work which can be viewed around the school.

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