This afternoon, the STEM club (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) were discovering about the roles of ‘air resistance’, ‘compression’, ‘air pressure’, ‘gravity’ and even aerodynamics! They were projecting mini mice into the air and having lots of fun doing so. Lots of great ideas were shared and discussions had, and the children were able to understand such complex vocabulary through physical experiments. They even found out about air and water breaking and slicing through concrete. HOW? Ask the mini Scientists!
Hi, my name is Mr Farry, I still consider myself very much part of a great team in a great school, we really do ALL pull together to ensure the children complete a fantastic and enjoyable curriculum. I am still the P.E coordinator (a veteran now that I’ve joined the over 40s club), and still completely passionate about sport and my role in sport at Park. I am still actively involved external sports (both team and individual) and consider this essentially to maintaining a healthy body and mind. The children will tell you I’m still the jovial and humorous person I was when I joined the school, buy I’m simply four/five years older and ‘hopefully’ a little wiser, albeit with a few stray greys! My classroom is a busy place, with high expectations whilst still maintaining a nurturing environment, especially with the kind and generous Mrs Lucas by my side. The children, thus, continue to feel comfortable and content in their learning environment.
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