Mrs Gibbs has worked at Paganel Primary School since the school changed from being two separate schools to one, and helped saved our earliest archives from literally being thrown away. Continue reading
I asked our Year 6 Archive After-school club members three questions about what they want to do, where they want to live and a favourite moment or advice for people starting Paganel. Here’s what they said:
Mrs Jackson explains about her last job, teaching on a boat. There were different challenges to teaching – often there was a wider age range – and returning back to teaching in the UK after a period of time a lot of things had changed, or was new, like phonics. Continue reading
Mrs Lovell explains about her favourite moment at Paganel Primary School when she was married by the Headteacher.
Paganel Archives After-school club interview Mrs Sanders who is a Teaching Assistant at Paganel Primary School. Mrs Sanders explains why she doesn’t want to be Head Teacher at Paganel Primary School. She talks about what she enjoys about her job: Continue reading
Mr. Clayton, the sports teacher at Paganel Primary, has been someone we’ve been wanting to interview since the beginning of the year – Paganel Archive After-school club were able to find him off the football pitch after school last week , to ask questions about his time at Paganel Primary school…
Seim talks about Eritrea and his new life in Birmingham. The Archive after-school club have some questions about his life, his family, his favourite things, and traditions he has brought with him from Eritrea. Continue reading
Archive After-school club had the opportunity to put some frank questions to their Year 6 teacher at Paganel Primary school, Mr. Harwood.
We’ve recorded the questions and the answers in short video clips: Continue reading
I was in year 2, and it’s all about the Queens jubilee. I was there, and there was a big greenboard, you stand on the green carpet. Your face is going to be in the screen on old photos…
Its about a story on a big sheet of paper about
interviews…and turned it into poetry and performed it and practiced it and did it to music. It’s basically a musical.
Audrey was a child who lived in Weoley Castle born in 1923 and was at school in the 1930s. Philip is a ‘chatty kind man librarian by trade, dress very well his clothes were up to date, lived in a back to back , had a bath every day, a candy shop on his road so no money he saved’, so basically he was a child who liked going to a candy shop.
Isabelle’s favourite archive
The Explore Your Archive campaign, which is coordinated by The National Archives and the Archives and Records Association (UK and Ireland), is now in its third year. This year the main launch week for the Explore Your Archive campaign will run from 14 to 22 November 2015.