Read Our Stories of Learning at the Alice Smith School
This year the AIMS Primary Science competition is for students to create their own magnificent flying machine! They will need to combine their design and construction skills alongside their character strengths of curiosity, creativity and perseverance.They have until 21st April to email their entries to Mr. Goodwin.
📢Fun Fact! 120 years ago was the first flight of the..
This week we have not one but two success stories from the Maths teams with both Primary and Secondary students demonstrating their mathematical flair!
Year 5 AIMS Maths Challenge 2023
Last week two teams of Year 5 Mathematicians headed to the AIMS competition at St. Christopher's School (SCIPS) in Penang.
Both teams performed really well throughout the competition, staying..read more
This year the AIMS Primary Science competition is inspired by the work of Theo Jansen. He is a Dutch artist who builds large mechanisms out of PVC. They move on their own and are called “Strandbeests”. The kinetic sculptures use mechanisms and renewable energy to appear to walk. These structures are made from all types of recycled materials, but especially plastic (yellow..read more
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Time for the AIMS Holiday Writing Competition. 🎄☃️🎅This year AIMS have decided to change things up a little with a poetry and performance competition, where children are encouraged to submit a voice recording alongside their entry. There is an Early Years, KS1 & KS2 category, so hopefully everyone can get involved. The theme is ..read more