Working in their new advisories learners wrote questions on paper aeroplanes and then launched them into the air to share questions and queries and then to share information and answers with each other. This enables learners to build community and develop a sense of participation as all are involved, all have questions and crucially all have answers. Learning can come from many sources, and a really rich one is the experience of others.
Learning Through Interests doesn’t mean narrowed experiences. This project on The Red Arrows included numeracy through fuel capacity and distance, geography exploring locations, art and DT through model making, and careers.