India and Hinduism
Year 7 RE students were asked to choose an extended homework task from a list of options launching our focus on India and Hinduism. The tasks included film making, traditional Indian cooking, fashion- design, and poetry and song composition. The responses to the set tasks were extraordinary and I was genuinely moved by the enterprise, spirit of discovery and engagement shown by students. I would like to publically congratulate all of my Year 7 students.
Well done – you amaze me, Ms Purser.
Indra Pertino – a first-rate presentation that shows a high degree of personal engagement and well-honed research skills; I am impressed!
Reuben Willard and Joe Williams – you created an awe-inspiring Minecraft statue of the Hindu God Shiva and delivered an energised and inspiring class presentation to accompany your work. I was blown away – well done, great teamwork!
Maddie Barnett, Grace Wainwright and Jess Richardson – a fantastic example of effective, inspired group work. You created an impressive example of an Indus Valley pot, displaying your excellent understanding of class learning and an ability to undertake highly relevant further research. Well done!
Victoria Hayter - A pain-staking and expertly executed short film that tells the Hindu Creation Story with style and real authority – I will be sharing this with the RE department so that future students can share in your brilliance!
Josie Croucher, Rio Agbude and William Croucher – An imaginative and superbly produced short film that tells the Hindu Creation Story with flair and individuality – you’ve created a fantastic resource for future students!
Anouk Berliner – Hindu Composition - a highly evocative, well-produced piece of music that really showcases your knowledge of Hindu traditions and culture; well done!