Wow!!! The level of absorption and engagement in today’s history lesson was insane. If you had walked in, you would have sworn it was a Mannequin Challenge This was 7RKE Nurture – PERIOD 5!!!!!!
We have been looking at how the issue of slavery led to the American war of Independence in 1861 in Nurture. Here are some of the things we have found out.
After a few weeks without publishing the wonderful work of our after school animation club, here they are, back with a bang! I love the fluidity of their work, it just gets better and better. Enjoy!
If Gordon Ramsay presides over Hell’s Kitchen, then it’s fair to say Mrs Cawston presides over Heaven’s Kitchen if her Y11 BTEC group were anything to go by today in their assessment. The group prepared a two course meal for some very distinguished guests and displayed an extremely impressive level...
In Nurture we have been working on factors and prime numbers. We have been ‘interrogating’ numbers to find their factors to decide if they are prime or composite numbers. DCI Wilson led the numerical investigation…
Last animation club of the half term, and the group continues to produce some very interesting results. Alex’s ‘Bulldog’ clip brought back happy memories for me from Laurieknowe Primary School back in the 80s, before our headmaster Mr Clark banned us from playing it! Good times!
Kingswood was such an amazing trip and one that everyone: learners and staff, will remember forever. Here is a round up of what we got up to on the second and third days of our adventure!
In RE we have been looking at why some places are special to people from certain religions. We have been looking at why Lourdes is a special place for Catholics. Here are some of the things we have found out:
Here is a bit of a round up of our first, action-packed day and a half at Kingswood outdoor centre. Our learners have already enjoyed some amazing experiences, and are looking forward to even more before we head back to DC.