A selection of Case Studies on SLN Celebrations focusing on a range of themes from Peace Heritage to Britishness. This section includes the ‘Who Do We Think We Are’ (WDWTWA) project, which focused on some key topics such as school and community; history and settlement; relationships, belonging and faith; National Identity; and the 2012 Olympic Games.
The Routes to Peace Finale event was a wonderful celebration of the city’s long-standing peace heritage. The Routes to Peace finale event, which took place on Wednesday 26 June 2013 in central … Read More »
Bradford Matters Art Project: 22 – 26 June 2009 Public Display This was a year-long project involving four primary schools. The four schools worked in two pairs:- Fagley Primary School and Byron Primary School … Read More »
A year-long project involving four primary schools, working in two pairs: Pair 1 – Fagley Primary School and Byron Primary School Primary School is a small primary school which serves a very … Read More »
Saturday Holy Family, Oakbank, Oxenhope and St Joseph’s took part in the Lord Mayor’s Parade in Bradford. They performed ‘Dosti’ (Meaning friendship) at Centenary Square. Fagley Primary School participated in the Lord Mayor’s … Read More »
‘What is ‘Britishness?’ In 2008, young people from schools across the Bradford District participated in a ‘Question Time Debate’ where they tackled the topic ‘What is ‘Britishness?’ The event was hosted by … Read More »
The two schools involved in the ‘Storytelling’ project worked together over the course of a year, looking at family heritage, belonging and journeys. Their focus was on the ‘journeys’ people have taken to … Read More »