We have done a food hygiene course 😃 and are now a proper company for sweets! I Learned that germs are so small that they have to get a lift to get across kitchens and Rooms and other places!😄 from Dylan
The gleaming garden glittered as snow laid itself on the countryside like white blankets.
Main bedrock = Jurassic (175 mya), Northampton Sand.
Also mudstones, shale, sandstones, limestones and chert. Glacial (2 mya) upper beds.
Middle Jurassic (165 mya), Blisworth Limestone & Blisworth Clay.
Dylan’s two goals for 2015 are to achieve his Chief Scout Bronze Award and to find his own fossil. 👀
So, today we went out fossil hunting in two Northamptonshire locations – Weldon & Roade. The former is a working quarry and the latter a disused railway line.
We managed to bring back quite a good selection of specimens to investigate further…
If there are any fossil experts out there who can help us to identify them do shout!
Following a survey about favourite seasonal communication design (set as homework by his school), Dylan has now adapted his initial card/flyer design, had feedback on the initial work-in-progress from the Cranfield Speakers taste testing focus group and an offer of help from his old nursery carer – thank you guys, we’re into development mode at the weekend!
Cranfield Speakers Club – part of the Toastmasters International network of clubs, each with their own unique ‘culture’. At ours, it’s all about the tea, coffee and biscuits!
(Video by Minjie Cai)
D’s teacher: “They go out for an hour on Tuesday afternoons and have a think – they think through things by using drama and art.”
D: “We go out for the whole afternoon on a Tuesday for fun and games. We think about thinking.”
My work colleague: “That’s a new way to do detentions!”