The students have been writing in English their own superhero stories. In Art they are learning how to draw characters in manga style manga/chibi/kawaii. The assignment is to design a book cover/poster with their superhero character and the story title.
Today, the students in grades 6, 7, 8, and 9 participated in UN Day. They were divided into countries and participated in debates representing their countries’ interests. There was also a tasty UN Day fika. The students made goodies to share with their classmates.
The year 1890 Sofia Alm started Rådan skolan as a foundation to ensure girls from less fortunate circumstances to be granted a basic education. The girls lived at Rådan from 5-18 years old. Every year on the 15th of May, when Sofias name is celebrated in the Swedish calendar, Rådan skolan raises money to Malala […]
Grade 7 have just had their exit point for their IMYC topic Tradition. Their task was to create their own tradition including a symbol, clothing, food, a ceremony, ritual and whether the tradition was on a certain date or period. A huge variety of gods, symbols, days, food and rituals were created.
Futuraskolan International Rådan’s library has books displays this months which reflect the International Primary Years and Middle Years Curriculum themes that Rådan students are working with. These themes are digital gamers, earth and space, beliefs, the human brain and chemistry, creativity, curiosity, and entrepreneurship. The books on display cover a wide range of possibilities in […]
For our IMYC themes Courage and Community the students in grade 7 and 8 worked in Art with illustrations, lines and symbols. We got inspiration for two courageous artists and swedish illustrators. The exhibition is on our floor
As their Entry Point to the IMYC unit Courage, learners created their own comic strip. Working with the Big Idea: being true to yourself requires bravery learners brainstormed bravery and the characteristics of a brave person. They then had to choose a person who they think is brave, reflect and write about an act of […]
A recent article on bookriot.com (<- click for the link) explores why books are a certain shape. It turns out that it is all down to the golden ratio. The golden ratio is an irrational number represented by the Greek letter phi (φ) that’s used to create geometries with what many people consider the most eye-pleasing proportions. Futuraskolan International […]
How can a dry topic like statistics become more interesting? Students are often asked to calculate averages from a table or to find the median of some arbitrary set of numbers. Of course, this is important. But what if students can work with topics which they select themselves? Find a topic that interests them? And […]