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!
Model geography learners who truly extended the brief of an interactive hazards revision resource. Congratulations Ash and Alfie who really enjoyed collaborating on this task and making the volcano erupt with a little perseverance!! Postcards and achievement points on their way to you, well done guys.
So proud of Lucy who went the extra mile and completed the challenge task for her revision foldable homework. She showed determination and commitment to achieve her creative potential. Congratulations! Postcard and achievement points on their way. Truly inspirational.
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!
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.
That’s Amore! Wow this is dedication and great team work from Hannah and Emily Sewell in Yr 9. The girls took it upon themselves to trial the lasagna recipe I gave them and made it for their families tea.
Special mention must be made of the following learners for the commitment and determination shown during the past two weeks to improve upon their written and speaking assessments. The learners have been attending extra sessions with their teachers and made great strides to close the gap, working towards their...
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!
Today Y8/9 historians imagined they were wealthy settlers in the 18th Century. They had travelled to the New World intending on developing a cotton plantation. We went to the garden area and discussed what we needed to do to convert the scrub land at the back for farming. After...