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Ski-jumping Superheroes

After receiving a brief from Dr Latkowski, STEAM students were challenged to a 'Mission (almost) Impossible'.

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With extremely limited time, spaghetti and plasticine they had to build a ski-jump support structure to launch their spherical superheroes as far as possible. 

There were some successes and some failures but many lessons were learned about planning a project and working together as a team. 'If at first you don't succeed - try, try again' was the motto of the day!


Eloise Hoyland

Science Teacher

Secondary STEAM Coordinator