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Team Mini create a winning Christmas tree 131cm high!
Sam Dobson / 13 December 2019 / Categories: News

Team Mini create a winning Christmas tree 131cm high!

The children in Year 3 were invited to enter a competition to build the tallest Christmas Tree using only scrap paper, a glue stick and 4 lengths of masking tape. Two teams of four entered:

Team Tri Scraper- Rupert, Freddie, Harry and Will

Team Mini - Nikhil, Wilfred, Archie and Isaac

While team Tri Scraper concentrated of triangular shapes Team Mini used cones. 

RESULTS:

Team Tri Scraper 104cm

Team Mini 131cm

Well done Team Mini, a tremendous result - and a great effort from Team Tri Scraper. 

Engineers in the making! #IndividualPathways

We also had a third mystery tree, now who could that be? Ho ho ho!

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