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Primary assembly about Alex who shared his journey to school in Bedfordshire with his sister and Chico the Labrador

School journeys with Chico dur 3,50

Teacher script to introduce video

We all take a journey to school. Some of us walk, others cycle and some will travel by bus or car.

Pupils from Sutton VA Lower School in Sutton have been sharing their journey to school with their twin school Kapsagom Primary School which is located in Mount Elgon in Kenya.

Alex, his little sister Lara and their dog Chico are about to guide us through their route to school as they travel by car through the countryside near Sutton which is in Bedfordshire in England.

Show film and use discussion prompts afterwards

Ask the Assembly Question

  • How would you rather travel to school, on foot or by car? Email your school's answer to worldclass@bbc.co.uk

What did Alex do when he first got in the car?

Why did Alex's mum get out of the car again?

What does Alex have to do when crossing the road?

What things do you see and do during your journey to school?

Ask the Assembly Question

How would you rather travel to school, on foot or by car?

Email your school's answer to worldclass@bbc.co.uk

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