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Safety Team Badges

Today Futuraskolan International Rådan’s newest Safety Team members received their badges.

The badges were made by the woodwork teacher, Stephanie, using leftover material from another class’s project.

The School Safety Team – New Members

Futuraskolan International Rådan’s School Safety Team welcomed two new members: Borna and Nachuan are the new representatives for F-5 and Tim is the representative for 6-9.

Today, the new members learned how to check if a fire extinguisher is ok to use by looking to see if the needle is in the green. They also are learning to why the fire extinguishers are placed in specific positions around the school and why a fire exit must be kept free of furniture and other items.

Well done, team!

Kreativ Redovisning – Harry Potter

Eleverna fortsätter att briljera med sina kreativa redovisningar. Här har en elev läst en av böckerna i serien om Harry Potter och redovisat genom att tillverka ett eget brevpapper, textat fint samt tagit med en trollstav och instruerat för klassen hur den använda i filmen.

Detta inspirerade många andra elever och brevskrivande är nu väldigt populärt i åk 4-6.

Några skriver brev till författaren av boken de läst. Några skriver brev till en av karaktärerna i boken de läser.

Kreativiteten flödar och vi inspirerar varandra.

SV-FSK-stationsarbete

Fklass Svenska – Stationsarbete

Eleverna samarbete och Rimmar/Matte Domino/ Finn ? Fel/Pussel

Grade 1/ Årskurs 1 Centralt innehåll årskurs 1/ kunskapskrav

Språkets struktur med stor och liten bokstav, punkt, frågetecken och utropstecken samt stavningsregler för vanligt förekommande ord i elevnära texter.

 

Grade 8 – Entrepreneurship Project

In week 42 students from Year 8 travelled to KTH university and the Mentorspace building in their Kista campus. The Mentorspace is an area within KTH where students are able to work and create projects in a space with donated tools and resources to use creatively. During the day there students from Rådan worked alongside university students and lecturers learning plenty of skills such as soldering, 3D printing and programming. 

The reasoning behind this day was to develop many of the skills needed for their entrepreneurship project. Students are going to create a technology project which uses the knowledge they have gained from programming and electronics to create a product that can help reach part of the UN sustainability goals. 

The students will be working on building their products in technology lessons in November and December, with the aim to have a final product by the end of the term. There will be two more visits to Mentorspace as we work through this term – with students using the facilities and knowledge available to help make their products a reality

Grade 7 – Superhero Stories

The students have been writing in English their own superhero stories.
In Art they are learning how to draw characters in manga style manga/chibi/kawaii.
The assignment is to design a book cover/poster with their superhero character and the story title.

UN Day Newspaper

Rådan Nyheter, our school’s newspaper where a group of students act as journalists and write about UN day at Rådan International 22 October 2020

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Chemistry Day 2020

On Friday 16th October students across all of Futuraskolan Rådan joined in with Chemistry Day.


Students in the higher grades, from grade 5 to grade 9 practiced the experiments in science class prior, and then worked with the younger students in small groups to show them how to do the experiment.

The theme for this year was plant health, and students learnt about how to clean water with methods such as filtration as well as how phosphorus and nitrates are important for plant growth.

The final experiment saw students make urea crystals that grow on pipe cleaners – giving an effect of snowfall on the tree edge!

Chemistry fun was had by all!

Entrepreneurship Project with KTH Mentorspace

In week 42 students from Year 8 travelled to KTH university and the Mentorspace building in their Kista campus. The Mentorspace is an area within KTH where students are able to work and create projects in a space with donated tools and resources to use creatively. During the day there students from Rådan worked alongside university students and lecturers learning plenty of skills such as soldering, 3D printing and programming. 

 

The reasoning behind this day was to develop many of the skills needed for their entrepreneurship project. Students are going to create a technology project which uses the knowledge they have gained from programming and electronics to create a product that can help reach part of the UN sustainability goals. 

 

The students will be working on building their products in technology lessons in November and December, with the aim to have a final product by the end of the term. There will be two more visits to Mentorspace as we work through this term – with students using the facilities and knowledge available to help make their products a reality.

 

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Here is a glimpse of the learning in action that takes place throughout Futuraskolan Rådan.

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