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Year 4 Were Absolutely ‘Buzzing’ About STEAM Week

Our DCIS Year 4 students were required to design and create conductive gloves for the STEAM superhero challenge. 

  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week
  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week
  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week
  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week
  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week
  • Year 4 Were Absolutely Buzzing About STEAM Week

Linking to last half term's IPC topic Bright Sparks, our Year 4 students used their knowledge of building circuits to create a pair of comductive gloves, with the help of some ‘magical’ thread! The challenge  was to be able to pick up food off a plate without feeling a mild buzz. Year 4 really enjoyed the challenge and embraced it fully. Both the children and the Year 4 teachers are very proud of their creations and we are all looking forward to the next STEAM event.

Reena Digpal
Year 4 Teacher