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What a BRILLIANT day!
On Thursday, we had a fantastic day with Year 1 children from Lockwood Primary School and Year 2 children from Chaloner Primary School. During the day, the children made letters write themselves and paper faces move. Finally, the children worked as a team to design a background, create characters and make a short, animated film.
Have a look below at the films they made:
Hummersea Primary School enjoyed a day of Lego & Scratch programming fun with Dr Alan Brennan @DoctorABee today using Wedo2.
Quotes from the days feedback forms:
“I liked how we learned without it being boring. I really enjoyed this whole session! I enjoyed making all the models move and making them emit sounds! Would recommend!”
“I enjoyed the way we learned without it being boring. Would recommend everyone who loves Lego”
“It was really fun! I loved the food”
“I enjoyed building models and all of it I enjoyed. I relieved my stress”
“I enjoyed it he taught us in a very fun way”
“I enjoyed it because you made us laugh”
“I enjoyed everything there because I found out how to make Lego move and how to make our own models”
“I loved coming to do the Lego challenge. I recommend lots of other people to come it was amazing”
“I enjoyed using the computers to programme the model. The food was 10/10 and the worst part was at the end going home.”
“I enjoyed making the crocodile because we used our imagination and the coding was brilliant. My favourite part was how we learned about different scientific parts”
“The children had a great day. Worked well in groups and were excited for the whole day”
“The children and adults had a fantastic day building and coding and problem solving. The link to biodiversity and environment was great for the children.”
“Brilliant day – appealed to all children and all abilities- made children think but the activities were achievable”
St Margaret Clitherow’s enjoyed a day of Lego learning and fun with Dr Alan Brennan @DoctorABee today using Wedo2, Boost and Dash robots.
Quotes from the days feedback forms:
“I really enjoyed the education, learning and imagination.”
“I enjoyed seeing our creation work. It was also fun building and programming it”
“I enjoyed programming and engineering with the Lego”
“I enjoyed every bit of being here. I had fun because I love Lego”
“I really enjoyed today. I also really enjoyed making the models with my partner”
“It was the best day ever when I built a helicopter. Thank you!”
“The session was paced just right. We had a mixed ability group who all managed well and had a really enjoyable day”
“The children were very engaged for the whole of the session. Although I thought it was challenging they all succeeded and had lots of fun”
“A great start/introduction to the session. Children had lots of opportunity to build and become familiar with the Lego sets and ipads. Thank you so much!
Hello everyone and welcome to the GreenPower Electric Car Competition day at Croft Racing Circuit. There will be live broadcasts throughout the day until the rain comes! See below for updates…
Well overall the teams have had a fantastic day. The schools that we managed to support for the event: Wynyard Primary, St Augustine’s, Hartburn, St Joseph’s, Ormesby and Beverley all had a fantastic experience and some of them even won some prizes (see pics below). The challenge of building a car, even with a set of instructions, is not an easy one let alone trying to ensure everything is optimised for the fastest result. However, with a bit of help from people like Amit the cars pretty much all ran today and ran well. It is unfortunate that there are at least 10 cars sat in cupboards in schools today, doing nothing but perhaps we can get some of them up and running next year. For now enjoy the clips and images from today.
And the race round the whole track clips are below: