students' cake making skills were put to the test on Children in Need day. They tasted amazing.
Maisie followed a complex pattern to create this lovely lion Cub.
Anya and Beth stepped up to the challenge of creating their own unique art work based around the use of four canvases and circles as a theme. The teenagers happily bonded as they worked on their masterpieces as diverse as their interests are!
A beautiful painting using brushes and sponges chosen by Leah. She looks really pleased!
Banana, Raspberry, Orange, Apple, Strawberry, Mangosteen...
What's your favourite fruit? Charlotte decided to find out.
Luke and Harry wrote and presented their rhyming couplets, telling the story of a wasp in the classroom.
Yazmin used her understanding of electrical circuits to make this maze game.
Advertising Charlotte's restaurant
Charlotte's ward poster
Natalie demonstrated her talent for drawing with this pencil sketch.
Claire's Butterfly Silk Painting.
Ellie S was an inspirational student on Caroline Thorpe Ward,she wrote instructions and created her own jar of George's Marvellous Medicine. Additionally, during her stay Ellie learnt about a balanced food plate, Ellie created her own plate using cous cous and carefully colouring it to represent the different food groups for example: Carbohydrates, protein and vegetables.