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.
A double-dose of animations this week as I missed last week’s session, but the group still produced some great work under the watchful eyes of Miss Maskill and Mrs Cawston. Another three new members this week which was brilliant to see!
Year 10 mock exams will run 20th – 30th March. Further details of exact dates for each subject will be released closer to the exam window.
Dear Year 10 historians, The history department are super impressed with how well you have settled into KS4, the majority of you have shown real drive and commitment to your study and we are very proud of you all! To help you revise for your upcoming mocks we have...
Year 10 learners have been gathering data on what technology device would be most important when stranded on an island. They have then collated results and developed tables and charts using Microsoft Excel.Super collaboration by all.
Delicious work on electron arrangements from 10X1!
Use the following details to access revision, mini websites, videos and revision games for the different ECDL units: URL : www.itslearning365.co.uk User Name : dc Password : memory
I popped into Ms Baldry’s catering and hospitality lesson today and it did not disappoint. I left with the most delicious present. All of the learners looked like they were having a great lesson and the food that they produced was restaurant standard. Thank you year 10 and Callum!
Today the Y10’s were activating the ‘Revising’ learning muscle whilst using iPads to help them carry out research to contribute to their revision posters which they created to help them with their end of term assessment. Fantastic work guys!
I was so impressed when Mrs Hudson shared this work with me. Jordan has been looking at Francis Bacon in his creative lessons and this was his response. Very well done Jordan – good use of your reasoning, perseverance and imagining learning muscles!