Monday was a day like no other at Lansbury Lawrence. All of our children went off timetable for the day, and were allowed to explore the school to engage with different Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths activities. It was wonderful to see our older and younger children working together. There was spin painting and science experiments exploring forces. There was a digestion activity which explored how food moves through your intestines. There was newspaper rolled so tightly that it became super strong to build mega-structures with. The hall turned in to a big cardboard city and there was architectural lego which the children loved. The finale to the whole day was a rocket launch in the playground for everyone to watch. Thank you to our parents who came in and volunteered to help on the day, and thank you to our whole school community for making special days like these run smoothly and ensuring our children have the best memories of learning.
STEAM Co. Day for British Science Week
by Kerri Sellens | Mar 13, 2019 | Art, Computing, Delaunay Class 2018/19, Design Technology, Drama, Edible Garden, Goldsworthy Class 2018/19, Hepworth Class 2018/19, Hirst Class 2018/19, Hokusai Class 2018/19, Kahlo Class 2018/19, Lichtenstein 2018/19, Maths, O'Keeffe Class 2018/19, Peggy Angus Class 2018/19, Riley Class 2018/19, Science, Tagore Class 2018/19, Van Gogh Class 2018/19