Virtual Reality Criminial Exploitation Workshops
Virtual Reality Decisions
Some of our KS3 and KS4 pupils took part in a virtual reality desion making workshop about protecting themselves from criminal exploitation. staff also had an opportunity to use the VT sets to support their ongoing understanding of criminal exploitation. Feedback from staff and pupils was universally positive about the workshops.
Round Midnight - Virtual Decisions
VIRTUAL DECISIONS is a unique and interactive virtual reality tech for good program. We deliver real-life experiences for young people through the use of VR and creative arts workshops in schools and other educational settings across the UK.
Silver Group English lesson
KS3 Pupil create Aboriginal art
KS3 pupils have been learning about Aboriginal art. They have had the opportunity to create some of their own art pieces in an Aboriginal style.
Pupils are enjoying working on our new interactive whiteboards. Like the staff, writing on them takes some getting used to!
As part of their Stargazer topic, KS3 pupils had the opportunity to visit the discovering amazing science about our planet and the exploration of our universe.
As part of their science lesson, pupils had the opportunity to dissect a heart. Squeamish at first, they soon began to understand the workings and structure of the heart
Our PE lessons this year have seen us take to the astro turf to hone our football skills. Pupils have been able to develop their skills and abilities ready to take on other schools in the Midlands 5-aside tournament.
Dry slope skiing
To support pupils' wider experiences we took them to the dry ski slope in Stoke on Trent. The boots felt weird, the skis too long and cumbersome, nothing felt right. But with perseverance all pupils managed to control their speed using the snow plough technique, and from their smiles, they had some fun doing it!
Hollybush Garden Centre
Pupils had the opportunity to explore a variety of species of animals and pets at The Hollybush Garden Centre. The visit formed part of their "Beast Creator" topic - seeing at first hand a selection of mini beasts and insects. Pupils were able to identify similarities and differences between the animals, discussing why the animals had these characteristics.
Hollybush staff commented how polite and respectful the pupils were, testament to the efforts they make in developing their interpersonal skills.