Year 7 and 8 students design a new Olympic Sport, create a heart healthy 3 course meal and build an innovative model of the heart. As part of British Science Week 2021, the pharmaceutical company ‘Bayer’ organised a National Science Competition to promote healthy hearts. The competition involved 3 tasks: design a completely new Olympic […]
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Lexie Tate wins first prize in Young Carers competition In February, Lexie won first prize in the monthly competition run by Young Carers In Herts. Lexie took photos of her and her mother, who underwent surgery last year. These show them before and during her hospital stay. Lexie then arranged these on a canvas and […]
Bishop’s Census Story Leading up to Census Day on Sunday 21st March 2021, Year 7-11 forms learnt about the census and why it happens every 10 years to build “a detailed snapshot of our society”, which helps ministers and local authorities plan and fund local services such as education, doctors’ surgeries and roads. We talked […]
Year 12 biologists find a novel way to revise the heart by fashioning Easter eggs and sweets to represent the major components. On Tuesday, we finished our Biology topic on animal transport which includes lots of details about internal structures and the control of the heart beat. We decided that a good way of remembering […]
Fantastic Fairtrade product designs that benefit farmers in LICs In Geography lessons, Year 9 have been researching Fairtrade as a strategy to help reduce the development gap, by reducing poverty and giving greater job security for communities in Low Income Countries. The students designed their own fantastic Fairtrade products, including a new brand of protein […]
Year 7 explored creative ways of displaying the poems they had written These poetry anthologies were made by the pupils of 7 Hadid over half term. They were the final part of a poetry unit where the students were taught how to write different types of poems. The anthology is a way for them to […]
Year 8 used creative ways of sharing their research on the British Empire History In History, Year 8 pupils have undertaken an independent investigation into the way in which the British Empire impacted on different countries. Students were asked to consider the impact of British rule on different countries. They had to consider different aspects, […]
International Fairtrade Fortnight 2021 – our ‘Vision’ of the future with a focus on combatting climate change Fairtrade Fortnight 2021 has highlighted the growing challenges that climate change brings to farmers and workers in the communities Fairtrade works with. The facts are straightforward. Farmers and workers in countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia and Honduras, who […]
Year 8 scientists have fun with shadows, pinhole cameras and light refraction during lockdown Year 8 scientists have successfully completed their key stage 3 light topic, utilising the online jam boards as well as finding a great use for their old toilet rolls! Mr Short’s class created pinhole cameras to illustrate the focusing of light […]
7 Parr Pets via Google Meet Form 7 Parr met via Google Meet during form time today, to finish off the half term of remote learning, by sharing their pets with us all. We were introduced to lots of amazing pets – lots of cute dogs, cats, guinea pigs and a tortoise! It was a […]