Last week we held our first ever STEM week at Albany Primary School. The focus of the week was to provide pupils with exciting opportunities to learn skills involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. We were very fortunate to have a number of parents who gave up their time to speak to our pupils about their jobs in these fields. There were many exciting things going on throughout the week including balloon powered buggies and air powered rockets blasting off!!!
Year 6 pupils also had the opportunity to visit the nearly completed Cadwyn housing development on Albany Road. A year ago we visited the site and learnt about construction and explored architecture and had a visit from an architect. Last week we were able to re-visit the site and see the changes. This was a really exciting opportunity for the children and gave them a real insight into design, construction and all of the skills involved in he process.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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