KS4 pupils made chicken, cheese and bacon wraps as a part of their Home Cooking Skills BTEC. Pupils had to rely on skills from previous lessons to complete as much of the task as they could independently.
KS3 pupils visited McDonalds as part of their enterprise challenge to see first hand how a business operates from customer service to food operations. This then allowed pupils to evaluate the food enterprise challenge they completed last term.
Year 10 pupils visited Awesome Walls Liverpool to learn how to use less energy and how to give their muscles a break as they climb. Pupils also discussed how to improve their physical fitness and manage the challenges the wall presents to build their confidence.
Year 8 pupils visited Awesome Walls in Liverpool as part of their Outdoor Education. Pupils focused on safety and climbing techniques to scale the climbing wall whilst developing their communication and gross motor skills.
Creative Calendars by KS2 pupils. Combining Art and Maths skills pupils designed "Icicle Calendars" a kinesthetic activity to recap their learning about days, weeks, months, and years. In addition to developing their fine motor skills.
KS2 PSD Pupils talked about how to make new friends and how it can be hard to make new friends. Pupils created a question cube that they could ask someone to break the ice, as well as developing their fine motor and verbal communication skills.
KS2 pupils have been practicing their observational drawing skills by drawing a Christmas elf. Pupils all worked independently on their designs whilst getting into the Christmas spirit listening to festive music.
Year 10 Neo Expressionism Art development saw pupils exploring the work of Dean Russo an artist and actor. He explored many popular themes including animals. Here, pupils have experimented with printing techniques and used watercolour inks to add contrast and colour.
KS4 pupils created festive Christmas cupcakes as part of their pudding option. Cupcakes first showed up in literature at the end of the 1700s when bakers started using ramekins or individual pottery cups. Pupils worked together as part of a kitchen team to complete each of the steps…
Year 9 Geography pupils discovering traditional Brazilian food and drink. Pupils developed their cultural food experiences by making and tasting "Pão de Queijo" (cheese bread) a staple food snack made from tapioca flour and "caipirinha" a frozen drink.
|Pão de Queijo
KS3* visiting Rivington Pike during Outdoor Education. A physical exercise focus saw pupils learning to walk safely in the snowy conditions as well as understanding the dangers that the weather can bring. Pupil led mindfulness saw them sledging and having fun.
KS2AB reading for pleasure classroom tent - a pupil led idea creating a calm and cosy reading environment.