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Grade 10 students turn MEPs

Thursday, 18 May, 2017

Grade 10 student took part in a role play activity at the European Parliament. The students took on the role of a member of the European Parliament for the day. They were randomly assigned a political party and they had to work together to pass two polices.

One group concentrated on a directive related to water and the other group a directive related to implanting chips into humans. A very exciting three hour session followed. The students then saw a selection of photographs by Nick Danzigger about war zones he had visited before returning to school.

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