A group of Year 5 and 6 children from Brabyns were recently selected to participate in a Science Collaborative Learning Day at Edenhurst Prep School to enhance their experience of the Science curriculum.
The day was organised by Bellevue's Education Director Sam Selby as part of the Group's commitment to offering unique learning experiences to pupils across the group, and follows similar events held recently which focussed on the English and Maths curriculum.
Working collaboratively with pupils from the other Bellevue schools, the children received a visit from expert ‘alien’ Ash. The day included innovative alien road building to develop Engineering skills and gravitational and kinetic energy work.
The children worked really well with each other and the event was another success. We are all looking forward to the next Collaborative Learning Day in Computing taking place this term.
For some more photos from the day please click here.