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  • 11th Sep

    Polka 40 Project

    Polka 40 Project

    Linden Lodge students taking part in the Polka 40 Project
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  • 10th Sep

    Tactile Books Making Workshop at Southfields Library

    Tactile Books Making Workshop at Southfields Library

    Over the summer holidays, Clearvision and the Southfields Library have planned an exciting project and decided to start a Co-creation project at the Library. This project's aim is that the local community creates something that will benefit another local community and Southfields Library will become a Makerspace. The books created will be donated to Clearvision and another charity, giving vision impaired pupils and those...
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  • 21st Jun

    Lego Braille Bricks

    Lego Braille Bricks

    CBS the American News Channel came in today to film some of the Minerva A and B pupils who took part in the original trial today. The group spoke about the new Lego brick and how this can be a good tool to help with Braille reading. Everyone enjoyed being part of the filming and we wait to see the final film when it airs in 2 weeks in America.
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  • 25th Apr

    Science link between Linden Lodge’s Minerva Centre and Southfields Academy!

    Science link between Linden Lodge’s Minerva Centre and Southfields Academy!

    On Thursday the 25th of April, a group of Minerva B pupils visited Southfields Academy’s science department. The visit marks the beginning of a very exciting new link for our science students that will enable them, through Linden Lodge’s Minerva Centre, to attend lessons and complete accreditations based at the academy.
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  • 24th Apr

    Minerva B visit the Natural History Museum

    Minerva B visit the Natural History Museum

    On Wednesday the 24th of April, Minerva B class visited the Natural History Museum for a behind the scenes tour. As part of our new link we have established with the museum through our science curriculum, the class were able to meet some of the scientists that work at the museum and explore, through touch, some wonderful and amazing objects that have been 3D printed including model of the world famous Dippy the Dinosaur’s head.
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