Science: Investigating whether materials are waterproof
Art: Final Piece
History: Using Sources to find out more about the Great Fire
Art: Using black and white
Imran Kotwal demonstrating what Arabic sounds like as read from the Qur’an
Islam Assembly: Imran Kotwal
Science: Investigating whether materials can change shape
History: Comparing Modern London and 1666 London
Art: Tudor buildings and streets
Art: Strokes and Style
Computing: Maps and Routes
Computing: Making predictions and algorithms
History: National Archives Great Fire of London Workshop
Computing: Same but different Robot Algorithms
Geography: Presenting research on Kenya/Africa
Science: Man-made or Natural Materials
Art: Representing fire using paints
History: Locating the Great Fire of London on the timeline
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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