The Grammar School at Leeds would like to share these resources recorded recently, featuring visiting speakers or members of staff, with our primary and secondary school partners and the wider GSAL community. We hope you find them inspiring, interesting and useful. If you would like further information please contact Anna White in our school relations team, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a journey from everyday life, down into the realm of microscopical wonders. The adventure begins with everyday mini-beasts, heads off to freaky pond creatures and ends with a little bit of something human that’s far too small to see. The show has hairy abdomens, tentacled monsters, bacteria and even blood. There will also be a chance to ask Marty any questions about mini-beasts and microscopy. This show is supported by Zeiss, global leaders in the manufacture of microscopes.
The show will run for approximately 50 minutes and will be available until the end of August.
Join author Claire Culliford for an author workshop for children aged 3 to 6 based on her book, Penny Helps Protect the Polar Ice Caps. Children will enjoy listening to the story about Penny the penguin, learning key words from the story and drawing a picture of their favourite part. 38 minutes.
Join author, poet and illustrator, Chris White for a workshop involving Piles of Poems and Oodles of Doodles. Suitable for Years 3 to 6. Each child just needs a piece of paper and a pencil.
A fun and interactive music class suitable for nursery to Year 2 children with Miss Rusbatch, Director of Primary Music at GSAL. 15 minutes.
Join Miss Alderson and her Reception class for story time with lots of actions! Miss Anderson is reading ‘There’s a Witch in Your Book’ by Tom Fletcher. 15 minutes.
Join Ann Pettifor in a discussion of her book, The Case for the Green New Deal In 2008 Ann Pettifor and a group of English economists developed the first Green New Deal, but it was ignored by policy-makers amidst the chaos of the financial crash. Over a decade later, the ideas were revived by the democratic socialists in the US, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. 40 minutes.
Karl Hopwood is an esafety expert and former headteacher. This presentation helps parents understand more about protecting their children online in particular during the pandemic. 50 minutes.
The Chris Law retirement lecture. The lecture (25 minutes) is followed by a Q&A hosted by Adam Memon (GSAL10).
The Great Imperial Hangover is a groundbreaking book that explains how the world’s history of empires still shapes our lives and politics today. Hosted by Ilkley Literature Festival and The Grammar School at Leeds academic and author Samir Puri is in discussion with former head of BBC Yorkshire, Colin Philpott. 40 minutes.
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