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Year 7s present their project perfection!

Year 7s present their project perfection!

On Wednesday our Year 7 cohort wowed everyone with their incredibly impressive presentations at our annual Homework Presentation Day. Our Gym, Globe and corridors were bursting with weird and wonderful creations…and that included a real duck and some chickens!

For their first half-term with us, our Year 7s are not given daily or weekly homework but instead are set the task of creating a ‘project’ based on a topic of their choice which they are then asked to present at this annual event where we invite parents and carers to join us. There were some stunning pieces of work, demonstrating great passion and understanding of the subjects they had each chosen.

We had many, many visitors and the buzz around the halls was fantastic with lots of compliments for the children and their work. We even received this lovely comment from a grandparent on our Facebook page;

Just want to say well done on Year 7 projects, as the grandparent of a Year 7 pupil we called at the school yesterday to see all the projects that the pupils had worked on and we really enjoyed speaking with them all. We could see how much work they had put in them which is a reflection on how good the school and staff are. Once again well done to all the staff and pupils we really enjoyed the afternoon.

Take a look at just a few of the amazing creations below. Well done Year 7, you excelled yourselves and truly demonstrated our Co-op values of ‘Do what matters most’ and ‘Be yourself, always’.


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