Students gain Bronze Certificates in The Duke of York’s iDEA scheme
Jess and Daria, Year 9 students at Space Studio, are the first two students in Banbury to gain Bronze Certificates in The Duke of York’s iDEA scheme. This new scheme is like The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in that it is internationally recognized but it focuses on Digital and Enterprise skills. They had to complete badges on skills in four categories: Citizen, Worker, Maker and Entrepreneur.
Badges include understanding how to design a web page and keeping yourself safe online.
Well done to all who are working on their badges!
Edtech 50 Schools
The Education Foundation received many nominations for the Edtech 50 Schools and wanted to recognise schools that were developing imaginative uses of digital to support teaching and learning.
The ‘Ones to Watch’ section celebrates schools and highlights their positive work. Their entry for Space Studio recognises that we are a school for those interested in Science, Maths, Engineering and Space. Piloting the effective application of VR, AR and web-based technology within lessons with UK’s first onsite Virtual Reality Suite.
Science Day at Queensway School
Miss Randall and the Nasa 2019 students attended the science day at Queensway Primary school, where they delivered two sessions to year 6 students. They spent the day building and launching rockets. The students were very inspired and had a great time learning about Nasa!
Collins Aerospace Banbury
We took a trip down to Collins Aerospace Banbury on two separate occasions. On our first visit, the hydraulics team briefed us on their AEP project for us. They then offered us the opportunity to present our project’s work to them. They gave us useful critique and advice for our presentation.
We’d like to thank our client for this amazing opportunity.