Public Speaking Competition

Pupils in Year 4 have been learning public speaking skills in a series of special workshops. Two groups of pupils even attended a public speaking competition at Anglia Ruskin University, against other local primary schools. All the children performed brilliantly and one group won 3rd place medals! Children had different roles in a series of debates and one of our pupils won the best overall speaker award! Well done Year 4!

8 comments

Heather - It was very good! I really enjoyed it and I was speechless when I found out I was in the team!

Paul Hale, Parent and Governor - Thank you, LMPS for giving the children the opportunity to learn such an important skill. And well done to all the children who took part in the competition. Amazing achievements and great results!

Joshua - Thanks, I agree it was so fun, I really enjoyed it.

Haniya - I remember when I did that...anyway, well done you guys!

Laura Bailey - What a fabulous opportunity for them all! I was so proud of Poppy and her the Lawford mead team they were all brilliant. Well done.

Melissa Ingram - What a brilliant competition for the school to enter the children into, such an important skill to learn for their future! It was a well organised competition and the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. It has to be one of my proudest moments as a parent seeing my son take part! Thankyou Miss Middleton and Lawford Mead School.

Mrs Baker - What a fantastic opportunity and an amazing achievement for you all. We are all incredibly PROUD of the confident and articulate public speakers you have become - well done!

Andrew - Well done to all our Lawford Mead speakers and to those whom trained them. Great results!
Even more pleased to hear that public speaking is to be introduced from Yr 2 onwards. Its a critical skill for today's and tomorrow's world. Amoungst the benefits for our children are

Improved communication skills.
Increased self-esteem.
Researching a topic well.
The power of persuasion.

Thank you for running with this.

Andrew.
Parent & governor

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