Each week, Year 6 children will receive a new question, which we will collectively review in class on the following Friday. These questions are designed for their age group and are meant to stimulate discussions. Taking a moment to engage with these questions at home is greatly beneficial; it enhances classroom discussions and offers an excellent opportunity for an activity, emphasising that there are no incorrect answers.
w/c 4th March: 'What's better - a poorly-paid job you like or a well-paid job you dislike?'
w/c 26th Feb: 'If a piece of famous art turns out to be fake, is it less beautiful?'
w/c 29th Jan: 'What's the most reliable form of evidence?'
w/c 15th Jan: 'What are the most important things you cannot see?'
w/c 8th Jan: 'Would it be better to have fewer, larger countries or more, smaller countries?'
w/c 1st Jan: 'How do you treat a person like a person? How can someone fail to do that?'
w/c 27th Nov: 'Can you be a bad person but a good ruler?'
w/c 20th Nov: 'If we are all different why are we all supposed to be equal?'
w/c 13th Nov: 'How many witnesses equals seeing something with your own eyes?'
w/c 6th Nov: 'How much of your thinking have others done for you?'
w/c 16th Oct: 'When do you stop being a child?'
w/c 9th Oct: 'What would happen if money were abolished?'
w/c 2nd Oct: 'What makes the strongest reasons: facts, feelings or beliefs?'
w/c 25th Sept: 'If you laugh when your are trying not to, is it you doing the laughing?'
w/c 18th Sept: 'If we treat animals differently to us, are we being 'speciestist'?
w/c 11th Sept: 'Do you know more, or less, than your parents did at your age?'