Students decided to test some new skills in school on 12th. They used their organising, financial and selling powers when they wheeled the tuck-shop trolley to their excited customers.
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In careers, to celebrate ‘mardi gras’, 8L opened their very own French cafe. Students prepared the food, took orders, acted as waiters then tidied up to learn about working in a cafe. Students also learned the traditions of Mardi Gras, Pancake Tuesday and had the opportunity to try new foods such as Brie cheese and crepes. No escargot, though!
7M had the opportunity to try some typical French food during their French lesson. They tried Brie, crepes, brioche and baguette all washed down with ‘red wine’ … red grape juice – strictly non-alcoholic!
Students have drawn a storyboard and are now building the sets from Lego or dough in preparation for filming their animations all about ‘road safety’.
After lunch every Friday a group of 8 students from across the year groups go to visit local shops and cafes. The students look at the menus, order and use money skills to pay. This week we went to KFC at Thinford.
After Sgt. Major Metcalfe’s informative visit last week, he left an intriguing box of Supplies which soldiers are given when out on manoeuvres. It was left to 8L to test this strange ‘box of tricks’. Some flavours went down well, such as the tuna pasta, others not so well as you will see by the students’ reactions!
Robbie and Cole tried different methods to spin their animation devices
Year 7 have been making thaumatropes, an early animation device, in computing. They have been researching the history of animation as they will soon be making their own all about road safety.
8L were delighted to welcome Sergeant Major Metcalf to speak to them about jobs in the army. Students tried on the uniform and hats, learned how to salute and stand to attention and even saw an army ration pack.