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March 2012
St Brendan at Sudley Infant School
'Challenging and enjoyable whole-school adventure'
In the summer of 2011, Sudley Infant School in Liverpool embarked upon a challenging but enjoyable whole-school, cross-curricular project to learn about the life and times of an adventurous Irish saint, St Brendan the Navigator.
 
The project embraced Art, Dance, DT, Geography, History, Literacy, Music, PE and PSHE


Planning, resources & children's work
For further details of the Sudley Infant School project, including planning, resources and e
xamples of children's work, please go to the project's website:
https://sites.google.com/site/irelandinschools/


What we did about St Brendan by Year 2 Finches