During the main session half the class learnt and demonstrated safe tool use. They independently used a Japanese saw, vice and electric drill to produce a necklace.
The other half tapped into their creative brains and constructed shelters and homes for their new animal friends. Many made working zip lines. The children used vocabulary such as 'descending, gravitational pull and potential energy' during their exploration. There was a buzz of excitement and the engineers enjoyed their learning.
As always Mr Oakey was commented on how brilliant the teaching staff out with him were. Having a team of teachers outside, focused on the children's experiential learning, allows the children to reach their full potential and more!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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