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This week 10 of our P7 pupils were selected to represent Bubsy Primary at the Apps for Good Scottish Event in Edinburgh. We were the only primary school pupils to appear at the event. This was a great opportunity to showcase our app desinging skills from Skills Academy. There were high school and college teams from all over the country with so many great app ideas.
All of the pupils, Apps for Good team and business professionals were very impressed by our skills, knowledge and confidence.
Here’s a little summary by some of the pupils who attended:
Zara – “We all went on the train, from Busby to Glasgow and then another train to Edinburgh from Glasgow. We walked to the hall where the conference was being held, and Mr. Milliken got everyone there quickly with his excellent navigation skills! We set up our boards and then went to different workshops.”
Bayley – “We all did different workshops and my workshop was by a company called CivTech. We were given different scenarios, such as air pollution, and to solve this problem we thought of making an air pollution app.”
Amy – “My workshop was with a business man who told us about pitching an idea. We had to pick a company and write a pitch for it. My group chose Fairtrade because we had learned a lot about it in school. I enjoyed doing this workshop and it helped me as I learned a lot of skills.”
Zara – “After lunch, we had to showcase our app to some invited guests. Lots of people asked challenging questions, but everyone was very impressed, especially since we were the only primary school participating and we had made a prototype that worked! We also had the chance to look at other pupils’ apps from around Scotland and voted for the best one.”
More to come…
In our last block of App Design pupils were tasked with creating an app for a local business – Not Posh boutique or Visage printers. Once again pupils designs and prototypes were fantastic and Jim Wright, the owner of Visage managed to make time in his busy schedule to come in and share his experiences with us. Pupils were able to ask Jim about printing, the world of work and lots of other questions.
We were amazed to find out that printing only ever uses 4 colours – can you name them?
This mornign some of our STEM leaders helped our Nursery pupils create their own stop-motion animations. The Nursery pupils had built Junkbots in their Early Years Skills Academy and wanted to bring them to life. With the support of our P7 tech-whizzes they managed to create a series of short films starring their Junkbots.
Here is a copy of the topical science newsletter for the month of March.