LABPlus Crime Scene Investigation - 28.03.19
A group of our year 5 and 6 children visited the University of Plymouth yesterday to take part in a STEM session, looking at some of the techniques that Crime Scene Investigators use to solve crimes. Working in pairs, we used computer software to produce facial composites that matched a description, in the same way the police would if they were searching for a criminal!
Have a look at some of the e-fits of our fellow year 5/6 students. Can you tell who they are?
Writing the story of Cinderella in 50 words
Cinderella lived with her step-family and was punished. Ball invitations sent, excluded Cinderella. A fairy-godmother came, granted her wishes and disappeared. Cinderella went but at midnight, fled the ball and lost her shoe. The prince went round the Kingdom testing the shoe. It fitted her; the Prince married Cinderella.
Written by Rosie Wood and Amy Bragg
Cinderella lived in slavery with her step-family. Ball invitations were sent to women in the Kingdom. Rejected by her step-family, Cinderella's godmother granted wishes; at midnight they were negated. After dancing with the prince, she lost her slipper running away; the prince searched for a fitting foot and married Cinderella.
Written by Harriet Meadows and Abbey Miller
Cinderella lived with her step-family as a servant. The prince sent ball invitations. Cinderella wasn't allowed to go. Her godmother helped. Cinderella danced until midnight. She ran and lost a shoe. The Prince tried it on everyone. It fitted Cinderella. They were married.
Written by Isaac Hoyle and Ethan Harvey