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Howick Intermediate engages in innovative learning

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The students participated in a variety of activities.

Students at Howick Intermediate have been busy producing some amazing lockdown learning.

As well as reading, writing and mathematics, there has been a huge variety of other learning taking place, such as the building of lockdown box forts, art activities, science experiments, Zoom meetings, constructing bird feeders, cupcake challenges, baking, and Minecraft towns, says Howick intermediate deputy principal Michelle Hewlett.

To celebrate Conversation Week, students undertook an activity to construct something beneficial to their local environment.

With the help of her grandfather, Katelyn designed and created a beautiful bird feeder.

She is now waiting for a bird to swoop in and pay a visit.

As part of hard materials this week, students were given the opportunity to design and make their own model from objects sitting around the house.

“We need to thank all Howick Intermediate staff for providing the outstanding learning opportunities that supports learning and wellbeing during these uncertain times,” says Hewlett.

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