For STEM week, the theme was ‘Innovating for the Future’. Children learned about insects and were inspired to design a "Robo-bug" to help with challenges faced in the world now and in future.
Each class awarded a prize to the best designer. The winners were:
||For a fantastic robot that cleans up the rubbish. She designed and made her robot and had a good understanding of why we need to protect the planet.
||For some fantastic models made ftom recyling. she made an instrument and a robot independently.
||For having some amazing ideas and working as a team player, when creating the Robo-Bug for his group.
||For being incredible during STEM week. He has been super inventive with his ideas for creating our Robo-Bugs and worked really well in his team to create his model. He even remembered what the letters for STEM stand for! Well done!
||For being so enthusiastic during STEM week and for contributing such amazing ideas when designing our fire fighting Robo-Bugs!
||For being so engaged and enthusiastic during STEM week. He produced amazing sketches, has was super inventive with his ideas for creating our firefighting Robo-Bugs and worked really well in his team to create his clay model. Well done!
||For being creative, supportive to others and hard-working during STEM week.
||For being super creative this week, paying attention to every detail and also working really well as part of a team!
||For embracing the week with positivity and creating a detailed and thoughtful design.
||For having such an amazing attitude to STEM week. You had great ideas and focussed well.
||For having such amazing ideas - Well Done!
||For creating a game on Scratch, linked to our topic - and even going home and finding ways to improve it over the weekend.
||For showing great interest in our STEM topic for the week and completing our work around it thoroughly and carefully.
||For working incredibly hard with his team to create a game on Scratch highlighting how our nanotechnology would work to help fight the coronavirus in humans.