Jan 24, 2022 |
Today the EIC acknowledges and wishes all fellow educators a happy International Day of Education 2022
Jan 21, 2022 | |
As part of the unit, the students have to identify the adaptations that animals and plants have developed throughout the years in order to survive. We have linked this idea in our Art lessons, where students in our first lesson, had to create their own animal using a mash up of different adaptations…
Jan 20, 2022 | |
Year 11 got to go out and see how river characteristics change downstream as well as conduct vital fieldwork experience by doing a local river study. They went out to some river sites to measure qualities such as width, gradient and sediment load size.
Jan 19, 2022 | |
Year Two have been very excited to start their Times Tables challenges this week! We have begun to complete our Maths Passports, by completing Times Tables tests, to move through the countries. To practise our Times Tables, we have really enjoyed playing interactive games on the IPads.
Jan 18, 2022 | |
Four cold and clear mornings at the end of term gave all of our "Bears" the chance to safely take on the 14th Polar Bear challenge. Remarkably, over 100 Santa hat-wearing, crazy participants completed the 2.5km run and the icy pool swim to claim their hot chocolate prize! It was a delight to see so many…
Jan 17, 2022 | |
"The name's 8.....Year 8!" This week in drama, students will continue to develop their acting skills as they explore the world of spies in their new unit of work "Secrets and Spies." In pairs, they have had to devise role-plays that include a secret exchange of information using secret codes and signals.…
Jan 14, 2022 | |
The Year 11 students are beginning to think about their future and, in particular, their Sixth Form subject choices. To help them with this, they were given a short talk on the various subjects which are new at A level; Mr Howarth & Head Student, Amiya, explained the International Project Qualification…
Jan 14, 2022 | |
The class had been given an unfamiliar poem to explore, following some clear guidelines and points to look out for: Connotations of the title Understanding of the first stanza - context and mood Character's voice and message Contrasting images and effects Form and structure.
Jan 13, 2022 | |
Year 9 Biology students extracted DNA from bananas. This is actually a surprisingly simple procedure and can be done with materials we all have at home in the kitchen. Bananas are a good source material because they are soft and easy to squash and mix with the other chemicals needed. The DNA extracted…
Jan 13, 2022 | |
Year 10 students were asked to construct a mind map relating to Motivating Employees. The activity encourages students to collaborate by discussing the topic and sharing ideas, this in turn can help provide new perspectives. Targeted questioning can then help identify gaps in student knowledge and enable…
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