We are really looking forward to all of the events that we have planned for British Science Week 2015.
The majority of the events for this year take place on Friday the 13th of March but with so much to pack into just one day, we have had to include some satellite events that fall either side of our big day.
Many thanks to all of the parents that have provided us with links for site visits or have offered to come in themselves to deliver a session on Friday the 13th.
Please check the newsletter and school website to see how all of the events for every year group went.
Please get in touch with Miss Edwards if you are available to help on the Alnwick Garden or Komatsu visit with year 7 or Great North Museum visit with year 5.
7N and 7M took part in an enterprise workshop on Friday morning.
Students had the opportunity to work with Carole Richards, Business Ambassador for Northumberland County Council. The students also worked with four other Business Ambassadors that volunteered to take part in the session.
We were delighted to find out that two of the Ambassadors were parents of students that currently go to Chantry Middle School; Mrs Toward from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and Mrs Cuthbertson from Proctor & Gamble (P&G). The other two Business Ambassadors were both from NCC.
5B & 5C have been taking part in an enterprise activity led by Business Ambassador, Carole Richards. Mrs Finney from Northumberland County Council and Mrs Toward (parent) from HMRC supported the session.
Students worked in teams of 6 to design and manufacture products and agreed their roles within each company group. Students experienced being a Sales Executive, General Manager, Buyer, Production Worker, Accountant or Quality Controller.
Well done to all of the year 8 girls that took part in the ‘Girls Go Digital’ event at the Sage Gateshead on Friday the 16th of January.
All girls got the chance to work with industry experts and got hands on experience with a diverse range of digital technologies.
It was a great opportunity to develop their skills and be inspired by ground-breaking women from this exciting sector.
Interactive sessions covered; App and web development, 3D printing, Forensic science and Coding
All girls got a goody bag at the end of the event. Well done to Monet Wendt who won the latest Kindle Fire HD tablet! The group she was working with won the overall prize for web development.