Year 7 Keyhole Competition 

Year 7 were challenged to draw a wonderful view through a keyhole after lockdown. The entries were all positive, creative and thoughtful. The winner was Bella Gray and runners up were Jess Craig, Niamh Wallace and Maeve Price. Well done to all who entered.

From 地理 …

Years 7 and 8 地理 Projects on Sustainable Living Spaces

地理 is very proud to be the first subject to set project-based work for Years 7 and 8 this term. The challenge that we set was to first of all learn about sustainability issues by studying examples around the world. Following on from this students were asked to plan, design and build (out of recyclable materials) a sustainable house, town centre or city. We are absolutely delighted with the results! Years 7 and 8 have been so creative. Here are some examples of the models they have constructed. We’re sorry we can’t show all the models that have been created but well done to everyone. Good job!

Year 7

Evie Pratt

Anna Starovoit

Nefeli Tsamili

Year 8

Evie Bass

Amber Wingrove

Ayesha Conteh

Niamh McBride

Anna-Lilja Tholozan

Jasmine Braddock

Ada Fleming

Rosie Wemyss-Cook

From 英语 …

Year 7

Year 7 are studying a new unit on poetry this half term. 学生们 were challenged to create a “found poem” using only words and phrases they could find in one particular place in their house. The kitchen seems to have served as great inspiration for lots of them!

The 新闻paper by Eloise Bundy

The Fridge by Jessica Mitchell

Inside a Magazine by Aimee Buzzing

The Tea Cupboard by Cassia Gale

Kitchen Cupboard by Hattie Pryke

From Design and Technology …

Year 9 Bridging work into Year 10 Graphics

Grace Collins – Excellent 信息 about materials research-good use of diagrams too-well done Grace!

Cassandra Lyall – great mindmaps to show collated information about the different materials that they will need to know about for GCSE-a detailed, and easy to absorb layout-well done Cassandra!

Sarah Lowe – Great 信息 slides about materials-excellent use of diagrams to support the information too-well done Sarah!