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Key Stage Three and Four Geography students were glad to have a chance to do some fieldwork at Crawfordsburn River today. Everyone was able to take part in obtaining the measurements needed and we all returned home relatively dry!
May has been a creative month for Key Stage Three! Faye and Esther completed their motorised buggies in D.T., while Jeremiah and Faye decorated glass jars as part of their final piece in Art.
Key Stage One and Two pupils have been learning about the explorer Christopher Columbus in their History classes. They are pictured investigating the new foods that he discovered on his travels.
Key Stage Three Design and Technology pupils are pictured with their latest creations. They designed and created memory cushions using materials representing different members of their families. Also pictured is Jeremiah with his motorised buggy.
Pupils were surprised to see the growing progress of their plant when they came back from the Easter holidays. Not all of their growing efforts did as well, but they have learned about the best growing conditions for seeds through … Continue reading
The season for growing things has arrived at BICS. Both Sunbeams and Primary Pupils have been doing some planting, uncovering their gardening skills! Primary scientists have been investigating the best conditions for cress to grow in the classroom, while GCSE … Continue reading
As part of their 'Cheese Sensations' project, Key Stage Three created a healthy cheese snack in Home Economics. This project also involved food photography and making an advertisement for their snack.
Spring has sprung- inside BICS if not outside! Some Primary pupils are pictured with their Spring artwork. P2s Faith and Ethan are pictured with their two metre snake. In numeracy work they have been learning about length by measuring in … Continue reading
Our current topic in Key Stage One and Two Science has been learning about force and motion. Pupils are pictured taking part in experiments to investigate which surface had the most friction. Everyone enjoys the chance to get hands-on!
Our Annual Prize Giving Service is on Friday 11th November at 7.30p.m. when pupils will sing and bring musical items. The preacher will be Rev G Ferguson, Principal of the Whitefield College of the Bible. Everyone Welcome.