BHS pupils show off creative talents
Pupils at Bermuda High School for Girls held their first Innovation Expo.
Roman landmarks, Mars rover stations, catapults and Lego structures were among the creations on display at the event last Wednesday.
Props made by pupils for the production of The Little Mermaid and items made using the 3D printer and the GlowForge laser printer were also included.
Head of Primary Tracy Renaud said: “This has been a labour of love for our staff and our students.
“They have worked so hard to put this together and they are so excited to share with their families and the wider school community today.
“These experiential projects are not only fun, but they create deeper learning by encouraging the girls to make connections and comparisons between subject areas, and develop their problem-solving and teamwork skills in the process.”
• For a tour of BHS, contact director of admissions Minta Watson on firstname.lastname@example.org or 278-3047
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