A busy day today with lots to squeeze in. After a morning touring the MIT campus for student hacks (quirky engineering changes they make to buildings), students went straight in to programming and creating their own circuits in the most creative way possible. The end product accumulating in an array of coloured LEDs and sound!
After lunch, the students had to design, make and test the most hydrodynamic boat propulsion possible from their research.
The day then ended with a chemical magic show from MIT's Chem group and Marie Curie performance showcasing her life and build-up to radioactivity and the contributions she made to cancer treatment.
Update from: Mr. Richard Burkhill, Year 6 Class Teacher / Primary Computing Advisor
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