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Gallery of Student Work

We're very proud of the work students completed at home during the pandemic and school closure in the Summer Term  2020.

Year 7 French students produced some great "Wanted!" posters. Year 7 and 8 Project Based Learning students worked hard on projects to map the highlights of Asia and Africa. In Art, Year 7 students looked at colour theory and how this is used in everyday brands, Year 8 looked at patterns within their home environment and how to create patterns with everyday objects, Year 9 and 10 students drew self portraits, and many students completed drawings and projects presenting their interpretation of the virus itself and their personal experience of the lockdown. A combined Art and French assignment got creative juices flowing, with an amazing array of portraits produced based on the artist Arcimboldo, using fruit and labelling in French!

Students who attended school during the Spring 2020 lockdown completed some great projects, including the construction of a vegetable garden. Student Eden Shaffer designed a Personal Protection Mask and worked with the Design & Technology department to produce these for local community organisations.

A excellent Powerpoint on Antibiotics completed for Science...

A particularly impressive piece of Project Based Learning work by a Year 7 student, with a very professional looking infographic...

Some great examples of work from Year 7 biologists...

In Year 9 Food and Nutrition students have made a great start to the GCSE course, producing some amazing food whilst learning about healthy eating and nutritional needs for different groups...

In Year 10 a couple of students have developed their understanding of the science behind cooking and produced some amazing dishes demonstrating what they've learnt...

We are in a pivotal time in history and going through things that nobody in living memory has ever experienced. Key stage 3 students are creating journals as artefacts to record their experiences of what it is like to be in isolation They have been exploring contextual sources and how art and literature records moments in time. In  years to come future students will study 2020 and what this means in all aspects of our lives.

Students have been linking art with history through the diary of Samuel Pepys and are learning the importance of recording through both written and visual formats, as these are essential tools within art and design. There are striking similarities between Pepys writing "Stay safe, stay well" and this language being used between each other at this time.

Art Teacher Mrs Saganic is hoping that at some time in the future we will be able to have an event to showcase the wonderful and moving work that students have put into their journals that record this moment in history.