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Year 7

Welcome to the Year 7 page. We have three classes in Year 7; Mrs Manogue (Room 12), Mr Galvin (Room 10), and Mr Murray (Room 9). All three classes are on the top corridor.

 

Year 7 Photo gallery

Here you will find more information about what we do and how we do it. It is also a place where you will be able to find links to help and support you in your learning. We will continue to update the page throughout the term to keep you informed about what we are learning in school.

As part of their Dynamic Earth topic, Year 7 constructed volcanoes and used Bicarbonate of soda and vinegar to erupt them!

Egg drop challenge! Year 7 were given limited resources to build something that would protect their egg from a height. Most survived the drop from mobile 6 but only the eggs in the best designs survived falling from the classroom window!

Business beginnings challenge

Visit to the Titanic Museum

The pupils enjoyed creating pictures with 2D shapes. They then made algebraic equations to calculate the number of corners in their pictures! 

The Year 7s were invited to the Somme centre for a guided tour around the museum and had the chance to handle artefacts and weaponry. They learnt about the 36th Ulster division and their memorial in Thiepval, a replica of Helen’s tower in Clandeboye where they trained. A very moving visit.  

Year 7Ma enjoying their Spanish lessons with Signora MCKay

Spanish lessons; celebrating ‘The day of the dead”

STEM challenge: Rocket building with Peter from Sentinus

William Morris: an influential Victorian artist known best for his textile designs based upon nature. The pupils studied his work and printed their own nature designs.

Electricity: The Year 7s made complete circuits to light a bulb. Then they used their knowledge of electricity to make a burglar alarm.

Looking at maps to compare Bangor in Victorian times to Bangor now

Visit to Bangor Castle and Walled garden

Weaving - learning about the linen industry

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