Governor shown creative approach to learning
John Rankin, the Governor, has paid a visit to students at the Bermuda Centre for Creative Learning.
Pupils gave a presentation to the Governor about the school, which was created for children with learning difficulties aged 7 and above.
The presentation included pupilsí experiences of learning at BCCL. Mr Rankin also joined in a lesson about baking a cake, based on the book Thunder Cake.
The Governor explored the school and saw the teaching methods used to help the pupils.
He enjoyed his own back-to-school moment in maths when he learnt how to calculate the volume of a cylinder.
He also took part in a reading session with noise-cancelling headphones.
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