Supporting Your Curriculum - 2023/24 SI offer.

NEW ARRIVAL Encouraging healthy competition: Competitions can provide children with a safe and fun environment to compete against their peers, encouraging them to strive for their best and develop healthy competitive attitudes. Building confidence: Competing in front of others can help children develop self-confidence and overcome their shyness or fear of public speaking. Celebrating diversity: Festivals can celebrate the diverse cultural backgrounds of students, promoting understanding and appreciation for different traditions and ways of life. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Fostering creativity: Competitions that involve art, music, or creative writing can foster children's creativity and help them develop their artistic talents. Providing opportunities for teamwork: Competitions that involve group activities can help children learn to work together, develop leadership skills, and build a sense of camaraderie among their peers. Overall, competitions and festivals can help promote a positive school culture, foster academic and personal growth, and create lasting memories for students. Competitions and festivals in schools serve several purposes, including: CELEBRATIONS AND FESTIVALS - FREE FOR ALL BIRMINGHAM SCHOOLS.

Celebrations & Festivals

AUTUMN TERM Art Competition on the theme of ‘ Fairy Tales ‘ for Early Years and Key Stage 1. Send your top 3 entries to the BEP office by 30th November. Further details to follow.


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