Our Year 4 students have been busy writing brochures for IES Älvsjö in their English lessons. The students worked hard to develop their English vocabulary, discussion skills and understanding of structure in writing. Well done!
A majority of residents find the environment around Älvsjöstaden noisy Classes in year 5 have conducted a survey around Älvsjöstaden and Älvsjö Torg on noise level and traffic.
Data from over 500 responses, during four different times, were collected and the results showed that in most locations more than half of the respondents found the environment to be noisy and the traffic to be heavy. The results showed that people found the noise most disturbing in the areas around Älvsjövägen and the construction sites in Älvsjöstaden.
The project have given students insight into how data can be collected and analyzed as well as how you can display data to make it easy to understand. The image below shows how the results were compiled and displayed with red colors representing the areas where more than 3 out 4 respondents found the environment to be noisy or traffic to be heavy, and the orange areas showing areas where more than 1 out 2 respondents found the environment noisy and traffic to be heavy.
Dresses made of worn out shirts in 100% cotton
Students made baby clothes from fabric from old clothes.
Old clothes we used:
The project resulted in:
Dresses, bodys, trousers and one pieces that are going to be sent to an orphanage in Senegal, Africa.
Year 9 has used stenciling techniques inspired by street art to create unique paintings.
The subject matter was completely their choice.