Year 7 learners have been experimenting with natural art using natural resources and using nature to inspire their ideas. They have nearly finished their final group pieces that are all original ideas.
Learners in Year 7 have been exploring how animals adapt to various environments. Learners observed various bird beaks and got a chance to use various “bird beaks” themselves and collect data on which were the most effective for gathering various foods. Learners were also trained on how to use a microscope and captured several images of objects they observed on a microscopic level. Learners found and analyzed various samples ranging from string to centipede heads. Overall students greatly enjoyed this process. To wrap up the unit, learners built miniature foil rockets that they launched in order to practice data collection and analysis. It has been an active start to the year and the learners’ enthusiasm for science has made the science classroom a positive and engaging place to be.
Year 7 learners have been working to understand the importance of staying safe online. They created and have been updating their digital portfolios on Google Sites. Here they will record what they have been learning in other subjects. They also have started to create logos for a social event they are planning. Each learner can choose a different event, as you can see from their work below.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.