Teen Tech City of Tomorrow Build
Some pupils took part in an online learning session to plan, design and make a building of the future taking into account ways to be energy efficient or solve problems. Here is one pupil’s account of what they did: Name: My sustainable Energy Efficient Home What makes it Special: It has solar panels and a wind turbine so it can generate electricity all year round, a recycling shoot and storage bin making it easier to recycle, a roof garden to grow vegetables, a magnetic charging board where you just attach electronic devices and it charges them using magnetic energy, a big gutter and water storage tank to re-use rain water to flush toilets and water the garden. Also it has an area at the bottom for homeless people to sleep in the warm and dry Problems in my area: Homelessness which is really easy to fix, if everyone had an area at the bottom of the house where homeless people could sleep in the warm and dry it would be much nicer. Also if houses were made better (like mine) we would use alot less energy and it would be easier to re-use and recycle. What I would Change: I would change it so that people are nicer to each other and nicer to the planet What I Learned: I enjoyed building it with my family and learned it's not so easy to build and design things
Fantastic Home Learning - Summer One
Whilst at home, the children have been creating some brilliant pieces of work! We are very proud of the resilience, determination and hard work these children have put in. This gallery is to show pictures of work and activities the children have been doing. Please remember these photographs are not permitted to be shared or copied on to any other form of social media.