This week saw the first visit to the Technology Department of the Year 12 Society Group. The students were challenged by Miss Dicken to create a fashion garment using paper manipulation and origami techniques. Well done Year 12.
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Well done to our Y12 Health and Social Care students for completing the Flour Baby project last week. Students were responsible for the 24/7 care of a Flour Baby for the week to develop responsibility and to learn about child development. Students then presented an evaluation of the impact that the week had. It was brilliant to see students and staff engaging with the project.
Friday afternoon the Well-Being team finished painting the pre-school shed in Long Itchington. The girls have done a brilliant job with both the design and the execution and we think it looks great!Thank you to Sophie S, Tegan S, George M, Joanna W, Alice V, Emily T and Lauren G you’ve done a fab job!
Year 12 Criminology students have been enjoying a escape room in lesson based around Jack The Ripper. Students used key problem solving skills and were all super competitive. This is all in preparation for the next unit they will study ‘crimescene to courtroom’. Well done year 12 your passion for all things forensics is fantastic.