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Ysgol Gynradd Sgeti

Be the best you can be!

Gwnewch eich gorau glas!


Article 2: Rights apply to everyone; whatever their race religion or abilities, whatever they think or say, whatever type of family they come from.

Global Goal 16 Peace Justice and Strong Institutions.


The World Reimagined

This term our Y5 pupils have been taking part in a national educational art project called ‘The World Reimagined’, featuring globally recognised artists, to transform how we understand the transatlantic slave trade and it’s impact on us all.

The Learning Programme has supported pupils to build the mind sets, attitudes and skills needed to understand racial justice and empower them to overcome divisions, be compassionate and take actions that make racial justice a reality in our society.

The theme of the project has been ‘Mother Africa’ - a celebration of the cultural richness and diversity of Africa. Pupils have learned about African culture, Adinkra symbols and the Wind rush Generation, with focus on compassion, curiosity, courage, connection and critical thinking. They have discussed what belonging means to them and how this links to their children's rights. 

As an end result to the project, pupils have created their own Globe filled with handprints, adinkra symbols and messages of belonging, that will feature in the local community as part of The World Reimagined sculpture trails between August and October 2022 (including profiles on The World Reimagined digital platforms) and then returned to the school as a legacy.


Sketty Primary's globe will be on exhibition in The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.