Liver Building Triumphs in Geography Workshop
Friday, 26 March 2010
As part of the Geography curriculum Year 4 girls took part in a workshop and competition with Year 4 boys from Park Road.
The pupils were split into teams of six with three girls and three boys in each team, and each group was given the name of a famous city or building to make out of objects such as cardboard boxes and toilet rolls, along with tissue paper, scissors and glue.
Each member of each team had a different job to do - team leader, time keeper, activities manager, artist, resources manager and planner, and the groups were given an hour and a half to complete their task.
Junior Boys' ADT Coordinator Mr Dickinson judged the models and chose one winner and two runners up. The winner was a model of the Liver Building in Liverpool and the two runners up were the Taj Mahal and The Tower of London.