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Small School, Big Questions...

 

 

At Bosbury we encourage children to think about the world around them by asking questions about what they see, hear and experience. On this page you will find a range of big questions which the children have posed, as well as other questions which the children (and staff!) have had a a go at attempting to answer. It is important to note that there are no right or wrong answers!

A new Big Question is posed every week in the Bosbury Telegraph!

 

"Have we seen every type of weather there is? Or could there be a new type of weather that we've not seen yet?" - Eliot from Class 4

"Will we keep finding new animals or will there be a point when we have discovered them all?" - Thea from Class 4

"Why do people believe in different Gods? Could there be one God that just looks different depending on who sees him/her?" - Archie from Class 4

 

... and lots more Big Questions for you to ponder over!

"Who am I?"

"Why am I here?"

"Who is more important - you or me?"

"What is more important - the Earth or the Sun?"

"Why is our world a place of wonder?"

"Is Heaven as big as the Earth?"

"Could you walk around the whole world?"

"What does God look like?"

"How would you bring peace to the world?"

"Why should we care about the environment?"

"What is heavier - light or dark?"

"How do you know for certain that you exist?"

"Would the world be a better place if we all looked the same?"

"How many thoughts do you have in a day?"

"How do you learn to show respect?"

"Who should you trust?"

"Can you tell if a person is good or bad by the way they look?"

"Would you rather have a million pounds or a million laughs?"

"What is the happiest day of the week?"

"Does a frog know that it's a frog?"

"What would you hear if the birds didn't sing?"

"Are there more ants in a nest than there are people in Bosbury?"

"What is more precious - water or gold?"

"Does a river always flow into the sea?"

"Why is snow white and not blue like the sky it falls from?"

"Which colour represents you?"

"What is more important - Maths or English?"

"Where in the world do you think people are most relaxed and happy?"

"Who is more powerful - the Queen or the Prime Minister?"

"Is it better to have a male or female Prime Minister?"

"What is a real Christmas card?"

"What do you want to achieve this year?"

"Was it responsible of Roald Dahl to write what some might say are rather revolting, cruel and sometimes scary storylines for young children?"