Academic Materials During the Coronavirus
Posted: 5 days ago
Our students have been doing some fantastic work while they are learning from home. Mr Garbutt's classes have answered over 90,000 questions on IXL. Well done! Keep up the good work!
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Bradfields Academy's Design Technology department have been supporting Kent Search & Rescue by making face visors for use for when they continue to look for vulnerable people who go missing, throughout Kent. This is a charity that is close to DT teacher Mr Walker's heart, as he has been a member of the team for 6 years. These visors will enable the KSAR search volunteers to keep the vulnerable missing people they search for; the public; and themselves safe. These visors have been created using the Academy's 3D printer, along with Mr Walker's 3D printer, in a makeshift workshop in his kitchen! Click below to read the full article: https://www.bradfieldsacademy.co.uk/news/?pid=3&nid=1&storyid=110
***EASTER SCIENCE PROJECT*** Making A Wormery and Observing Worms Project Do you want to get outside in your garden during the Easter Break? Do you want to learn about nature, habitats and the food chain? Then, why not make your own wormery? By taking part in a 7 day project, you could create your own wormery and learn all about nature. If this sounds like something you want to get involved with, then click on the link below, and scroll down to Science. https://www.bradfieldsacademy.co.uk/page/?title=Academic+Materials+In+The+Event+of+Academy+Closure&pid=245 No Garden, No Problem! You can still take part by reading and planning as if you were able to do it, by answering the questions and watching the videos. When you have made your wormery, we would love to see them, so please put some photos of them in the comments.
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