Collaborative group work can pay dividends for pupils' learning

26th May 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Collaborative group work can pay dividends for pupils' learning -as P7 pupils at St Catherine's primary in Paisley have demonstrated by becoming the first Scottish winners of a new Unicef Rights Respecting School award.

The pupils are joined by Bruce Wilkinson, education officer for Unicef UK in Scotland, as they play a board game they devised, "I'm an asylum-seeker - get me out of here"

Photograph by Tom Finnie

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