Welcome to Year 7
Have a look at what we have been getting up to in Year 7.
Year 7 have had a great day learning about what it would be like to attend school during the Victorian Era. Lessons on handwriting included use of slates with chalk and the use of ink and a nib. Girls attended lessons on deportment and the etiquette of conversation, while the boys were put through their paces in a PT lesson. Victorian games and toys were played with during the day and pupils enjoyed the taste of that Victorian delicacy, gruel. Well most did!
Making and Tasting Gruel
Recipe is available on request!!!!!!
Our budding designers have been looking at the work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. They have been set a challenge to build a bridge using paper and sellotape only. The bridge must be at least 1/2 m long and carry the weight of a Probot. Have a look at out interesting designs.
European Day Of Languages
To celebrate the day, Year 7 spent some time researching information about Spain. They located the country on a map, identified the flag and explored some of the country's tourist attractions. The pupils were mesmerized by the work of Salvador Dali and had a go at creating their own face in the style of Pablo Picasso. What you can see here, is the debate that followed about the morality of the Bull Runs in Pamplona. Pupils represented different groups of people, presenting the pros and cons of the event. The pupils finally voted with their feet.
Year 7 have been learning about electricity and how it can be used to power light bulbs, motors and buzzers.