Robin Hood School Wins STEAM Day - Sutton STEAMS Ahead
Robin Hood school wins a day of STEAM fun
The students won this free school trip after being chosen amongst a group of schools who participated in Sutton’s Hidden Worlds learning resources. A total of 90 students and 6 teachers participated in six different STEAM based learning activities, organised by local creative practitioners specialising in coding, arts and crafts, biology and creative writing.
“This has been such a fantastic day and has given me ideas of how I can develop more STEAM activities back in the classroom, thank-you so much!“
Sutton Hidden Worlds learning resources have been shared with schools across the borough, encouraging teachers and students to explore STEAM subjects through the exploring everyday Sutton. To add to the fun, special foldscopes are being mailed directly to schools, for students to get a glimpse beneath the surface of the world around them.
On top of that, Sutton’s Hidden Worlds has partnered with the Natural History Museum to treat a group of students to a full day at NHM. Getting the scoop behind the scenes about what it means to work everyday as a scientist! Find out more about the project and how your classroom can take part.
It’s competition time! Sutton’s Hidden World’s has teamed up with the Natural History Museum’s Nature Overheard project to provide a lucky school group the chance to get a behind-the-scenes visit at the Natural History Museum and meet a scientist for the day.