The Bloodhound Education have been very busy and despite the ongoing challenges of Covid in schools, activity levels are increasing as schools settle into a ‘new normal’.
They have been running an after school STEAM Club at their centre since May which started with 5 children and has now grown to 19 – a mix of girls and boys. The last few weeks they have been working on the desert wheels project which has been really popular.
The session on Tuesday evening where children were testing their wheels on different surfaces.The Aluminium Federation sponsorship has made a huge contribution to the Bloodhound Education being able to continue and offer activities like this.
They have also been working with a local special educational needs school who have benefited from using the resources ALFED has funded.