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Bushey Meads’ longest paper chain

Bushey Meads’ longest paper chain


Sarah Dunsby
Sarah Dunsby
Bushey Meads’ longest paper chain

73/ge1 have been working hard in geography especially in the run up to their exams. Using the activities from the link in last week’s newsletter. We decided to make revision paper chains.

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Every piece of paper had to have a question and the answer on before assembling. At first it was a competition to make the longest paper chain however they soon realised if they worked together they could all be winners and make an incredibly long paper chain.

The students were not only learning key points for their end of year exam but they were having lots of fun they hardly realised they were working. The paper chain is now proudly up in H5.

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