Monday, 30 June 2014

First Sunflower of the Summer!

Today at gardening club we discovered that one of the sunflowers had finally flowered over the weekend, much to the delight of the gardeners. Apart from admiring the sunflower, we also planted three courgette plants and a butternut squash in one of the raised beds. There was of course plenty of weeding and watering to do too!


Tuesday, 24 June 2014

“Designs Fit for a King”

Students are celebrating royal success after entering a competition to design Prince Georges 1st Birthday commemoration card. Launched by Fat Chilli cards, the national competition invited students of all ages to design a card for the Princes upcoming birthday on 22 July 2014.


Monday, 23 June 2014

Coastal Change Stop Motions

Year 7 recently made stop motion animations in Geography to show how coastal headlands change over time. Here are a selection of their finished videos!

video

Mind the Gap!

Here is a display of some of the work done by Year 8 and 9 students in Geography last term. There is a variety of work on the display relating to world development including a concept map, infographic, reports and digital maps.


Monday, 9 June 2014

Physical Geography Photo Competition 2014

Flooding near the River Ouzel
What physical geography can you spot in your local area? This is a competition for students aged 11-18 organised by the Geographical Association. To enter you must take a photo of the physical geography in your area and submit your shot with a caption describing the photo.

The theme is: ‘physical geography around where I live’. We know that physical geography is all around us wherever we go, but often we don't stop to notice and really look for what can be found in the neighbourhood - so here is the perfect opportunity to go out in your local patch and discover some physical geography near you.

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Mi casa / Mi dormitorio

The Year 7s have been learning about the parts of the house in Spanish and have produced amazing 3D and 2D houses and bedrooms. Have a look at the PowerPoint on the MFL blog.