Today, Arfona Evans, a Dŵr Cymru Teacher, visited us to deliver workshops in KS2. To start the day, she delivered an Assembly for both Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2, where we learned about the Water Cycle, how we get clean water to our homes and what happens to waste water. We also found out how lucky we are to have clean water, unlike families in some other parts of the world where there is no running water or access to clean water.
Workshops in KS2 involved creating a water system within a fixed budget, using pipework, connectors and finally, flowing water. Great teamwork, good communication, problem solving, science understanding, numeracy skills and financial planning were all included in this practical activity.
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Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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