Gallery: Innovative students have been inventing their own gadgets as part of a whole school topic at Crawford’s CEVC Primary School
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Students have been learning about some of the most important inventions and discoveries ever made.
Youngsters at Crawford’s CEVC Primary School, in Haughley, have also been coming up with their own ideas including a maths robot and a machine which delivers cereal at breakfast.
Headteacher Emma Jones said: “This has been a great opportunity to link home and school learning.
“The children have been inspired and it has created a real buzz around the school.”
Children learnt about the discovery of penicillin, the invention of the telephone and the first teddy bear to be created.
The event brought together the school’s students for the first “whole school topics” day which Mrs Jones introduced.
Parents and friends came along on the Tuesday to view the children’s work.
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“It’s amazing how this topic has lit up their imaginations – so much work has gone into it,” a parent said.