Screen Free Day | Love where you live
As part of Children’s Mental Health Week, last week students took part in an (almost) Screen Free Day. KS3 students planned their own timetable of activities for the school day, away from the screen. The theme was ‘Love where you live’. For Years 10 and 11, assignments set by teachers included an experiment in Science and creating mind maps in Maths. Students in Key Worker School were creative in the ICAT department where they took part in the Great British Bird Watch project. This included a presentation followed by creating upcycled bird feeders using decoupage and making ply bird boxes. There was also a display of landscape creations in Art. Take a look at some of our photos from the day.
Posted by marchesadmin on 8th February 2021, under SJT
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