Articles by Mrs Dalais


Market Day: Project-Based Learning Helps Year 8 Get to Grips with Economics

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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Intrepid Year 8 Students on Camp

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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Medieval Day

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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Writing Psalms in Year 9 Christian Studies

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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Year 8 Humanities Market Day

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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LEX@R – Tournament of Minds

Over the course of Term 2, Year 8 students have been busy in HASS learning economic concepts. Specifically, they’ve been investigating markets, producers, consumers and our ethical responsibilities in both capacities. Students have spent the Term facing the decisions that producers face – what to produce, what resources to use, what price to charge and, fundamentally, how to make a profit!

This project-based learning approach culminated on Wednesday 26 June, when the students conducted a Market Day where they produced, sold and marketed their chosen product (and cleaned up afterwards!). The day was held before and during lunchtime, with opportunity…

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