This week, Year 6 had the opportunity to take part in a Giant Tetrahedron Construction Challenge, one of the STEM activities being offered by Medway Council. The activity encouraged good teamwork, problem solving and working to time constraints. Pupils’ success was based on how well they listened and how carefully they followed the instructions given. The workshop involved pupils in a demonstration of the properties of triangles and pyramids, before working in teams to construct a model, then a giant tetrahedron, using rods and bands. It was great fun!

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