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Ranelagh Primary School

Ranelagh Primary School

Global Action Projects Fair 2023

Children at Ranelagh rallied together to make our world a better place and participated in a range of action projects to help create a better future for themselves and their communities. The action project fair once again raised awareness over the global issues that are affecting our world today. In the first term at Ranelagh, the children learn geographic skills and learn about being active participants for changing society for the better. The children learn that their voices matter and that they can be the change that can have huge positive results. They aim to resolve the challenges of our time, because tomorrow matters!


EYFS learned about how their actions can make an impact on the world. They encouraged people to  recycle and reuse everyday objects through chanting key words to parents and children. They displayed their junk models which they made using recycled objects.

The children in KS1 protested about Saving The Ice Caps! They explained the problems faced by communities and animals in the arctic worlds through drama. Children enjoyed spreading awareness of the Polar ice caps through colourful posters and banners with pictures. 

The Rainforest  Alliance was supported by Year 3, who decided to take matters into their own hands when they learnt that rainforests across the world were under threat due to deforestation. They composed and presented a song to encourage people to save the rainforest. They also wrote newspaper articles to help raise awareness of the small steps that the local community could take to make a global difference. Holding banners and placards, Year 4 marched around the hall raising concerns about desertification and the issues from this in the world. They supported the charity Practical Action by raising awareness of the issue by distributing seeds to the local community, as well as performing a song about the effects of terrible desertification on communities and animals.  

In Year 5, Children researched the impacts of earthquakes around the world. They distributed leaflets with QR codes and sang a song to share the impact on communities and peoples lives in the recent Morocco earthquake.  

Year 6 Supported Islamic Relief by raising awareness about the recent flooding in Afghanistan through digital media presentations. Over 30 bags of clothes were collected and dropped off to the charity to support people who have been going through this crisis in their lives.


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