As the week progressed, so too did the weather, which meant that there was definitely time for an orienteering challenge for students across the Campus in the hills of Krylatskoe. Furthermore, students in the Sixth Form hosted an enchanting Alice in Wonderland-style tea party for students in Years Five and Six.
The delightful smells of Asian cuisine wafted out of the canteen as students in Upper Primary took part in sushi making workshops. It is fair to say that eating these delicious Japanese favourites took a lot less time than it did to prepare them!
Over at the Science Island Space Centre, daily launches of home-made rockets could be seen shooting into the skies. The STEAM project required groups to create their spacecrafts using plastic bottles and send them into the air with the aid of water and a pump. Each launch included an egg as its passenger with the aim of it returning to the ground fully intact. Sadly, a few scrambled eggs were reported back to Mission Control.
Another highlight of the week was the Guerilla film-making project. Students and staff took on the roles of directors and actors to make short films that were then showcased to audiences on the Upper Campus.