Woodbury kids are motoring

KIDS at Woodbury School have been finding out about the cars over the spring term.

KIDS at Woodbury School have been finding out about the cars over the spring term.

Children throughout the school have been finding out about cars and other vehicles ranging from Henry Ford’s Model T and his production methods to experimenting with various materials capable of providing the safest road surface.

Pupils got se first hand a fire engine and a rapid response police car and to visit the Haynes Motor Museum at Sparkford, Somerset which included a ride in a vintage car.

Ofek Voisey aged nine said: “I learned how a motor works and how to say the word chassis.”

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Felicity Cutforth aged nine added: “It was fun when we tested our models. Mine did a 360 spin and then went off in another direction.”

Head teacher Nigel Tancock said: “The ‘Cars’ project has proved very popular and exemplifies Woodbury’s approach to providing learning experiences that not only engage the children’s interest but also helps stimulate their desire to learn.”

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“I am confident the key to our school’s continued success is a well planned curriculum firmly based on a sound knowledge and understanding of basic skills. This, supported by a dedicated and professional team of colleagues, helps to ensure success for all our pupils.”

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