Teachers across Lawnswood Campus participated in a very exciting session that marks our journey into the future. Our e-learning group tested out the very latest virtual reality gadgets to hit classrooms. They explored augmented reality science lessons and walked along a virtual Wall of China. They tested out the latest Lego Education WeDo kit and explored a variety of ways to engage students through technology. The e-learning group are very excited for future developments across the campus.
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Due to continuing severe weather conditions the Braybrook Centre will be CLOSED on Tuesday 12th December to all staff and students. Please check back for further updates.
Due to severe weather conditions the Braybrook Centre will be CLOSED on Monday 11th December to all staff and students. Please check back for further updates.
Here at Lawnswood Campus professional development really matters to us. It is vital that our staff have up-to-date training and have opportunities to share good practice. On Monday 27th November we provided a range of training including first aid refreshers, enhancing teaching and learning sessions, and e-learning support from RealSmart. Take a look at our latest video:
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Braybrook pupils took time out of school to attend a fascinating Sea Life Centre tour to learn about conservation, breeding and feeding habits of some of the most captivating sea creatures in the world.
Pupils managed to get up close and personal to some fearsome predators, touch the starfish and attend a 3D show all about life in the ocean.
This was all part of the Braybrook personalised curriculum, where pupils have been taking part in a number of fishing expeditions and learning outside of the classroom.
Needless to say pupils had a jaw-some time and will be putting all their knowledge to good use over the coming weeks.