Lego challenge winners – some truly Grand Designs!
Thank you to all those who spent half term creating some amazing Lego structures. We have seen some amazing designs which show the ingenuity and creativity of our students. We have been spoilt for choice with the standard of five projects in particular which all stand out for their own reasons. We are therefore awarding prizes to each of these students.
The outstanding designs are:
Evie and Jacob who designed a pizza parlour and refreshment area, complete with drive-through.
Cameron who created Stone Henge
Olivia who created a whole Marina with swimming pool, cafe area, seating and docks.
Particular mentions must go to Henry and Noah. Noah is currently a Year 6 students at Richmond Methodist School so he will not start his journey at Richmond School until September. It is great to see that he is already throwing himself into our extra-curricular activities and we look forward to welcoming him to Lego Club. He spent his half term creating a fantastic replica of the Star Wars Imperial Starship.
Last (but certainly not least!), Henry describes his building as ‘a modernist, architectural eco house designed to have zero carbon emissions and be totally self-sustainable; using windows to trap sunlight to keep temperatures constant. It would also generate electricity from a bank of solar panels at the rear.’ Henry says that he is inspired by his favourite TV programme, ‘Grand Designs’. Henry also included a visual/sketch of his design on which he built the house, and supplied a video of his finished work which you can see HERE
Henry’s level of detail and design consideration is quite incredible, indeed we see a career in architecture beckoning!
All of these students are worthy winners and we look forward to seeing them back in school soon when we can award their prizes to them !
You can see all of our winning entries in the gallery above.