Burravoe Primary School

Shetland Student Advisory Group

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On Thursday Brydon went to the Anderson High School to take part in the Shetland Student Advisory Group. We arrived at the Anderson in Lerwick and went inside. We went to an office and met Lewie who took us up to a geogrophy room to meet some of the other people that are part of the group. We were going to play a game to know each other but then we didn’t because everyone was talking about mouldy things! We started by writing what we liked about our area and what we would change about our area. Our group put “good community” for our good things and “When a dog poops you MUST pick it up”. We finished that and went to the cafiteria for piece, And I got crisps! We finished piece and got to go to the WOW room. We went into the WOW room and grabbed a seat. Mr. Hay gave everyone a I pad and Miss Breyley got one. We got to explore the I pad then we chose a subject in the change column and make a film about it. There was a long chat and we settled on body image. We used the note features on the Ipad to write down what we found out on the Internet. After we had got a piece of information we had to start thinking about how the film should go. In rough the story is, A girl who likes a celebrity keeps trying to copy the celebrity by wearing the same clothes and eventually body shape. She gets anorexia then when trying clothes on in a changing room she faints.


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  1. It was fun to get ahold of it for the first time. I thought it was very useful to use at the Anderson High School and definitely useful in the class room.

  2. What was it like using the iPad. I can’t afford to buy these for my school, however I would be interested to know if you thought the would be useful. For example, what are the advantages, beyond potability, against an iPod Touch or PC?
    Weather here is grey, what weather have you got? We have another annoying break coming up! It’s been a choppy term. When do you break up for the summer?

    Mr E
    Hawes

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