KS3 ICT students at Bloomsbury International School Hatyai have enjoyed taking part in the Hour of Code project this term! Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries and the lessons allow students to grasp the basics of coding using blocks.
For the last part of Year 7’s unit on water, students were tasked with creating a poster that will help draw attention to the world-wide problem of water conservation.
The Year 11 students conducted an experiment to measure the rate of reaction of magnesium and hydrochloric acid. The volume of gas produced was measured using an inverted, submerged measuring cylinder full of water.
On 27th September 2018 the Year 11 students investigated temperature changes during chemical reactions to determine if the reactions were exothermic or endothermic.
Key Stage 3 ICT students have been learning about binary code this term amongst other aspects of Information and Communication Technology. They were able to put their learning into practice by working in teams to break secret messages written in binary code, using the ASCII table as a key.