We will be without water again due to works by Thames Water on the afternoon of Monday 4th July so students will be leaving at 12.15pm after an early lunch.

Experimental Food Tech

Year 7 have been learning how to make baked goods rise in their Food Tech lessons. We are always looking at different ways to bring the curriculum to life and make it more fun and interactive, so this week we introduced a yeast experiment. Students had to predict which balloon would get the biggest as a result of carbon dioxide inflating it. It was great to see how engaged and competitive the students (and teachers) were – this time it was 3-0 to the teachers.

 

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