Building a Giant Tetrahedron via Zoom

The project team held a Zoom call with Year 6 and Key Worker Children from St Phillips C of E Primary School in Salford, the children were split into 4 bubbles and each bubble came onto the call in their class with their teacher.

The call lasted 6 hours and started with a talk about construction sites and then all the children were asked to put their PPE on, and were shown how to build a small tetrahedron.

Once they had made them they moved to the next stage, eventually the bubbles came together and they built a giant tetrahedron.

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