Sunday, October 15, 2006

Club 06/07 Week 3

This week was:

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • The Big Draw
  • Fleming's Discovery of Penicillan
  • Fairtrade Month
  • Youth Council
  • Stand Up Against Poverty
  • Black History Month

And this week we...did all things bug-like (in honour of Fleming)

  • butterfly suncatchers/stainglass with card cutouts and tissue paper
  • worms in mud...jelly worms in angel delight and icing sugar/goldensyrp worms in chocolate
  • bugs for mural out of model magic
  • cut out our names to make 'Vision On' bug names
  • made a catterpillar out of individual worker coloured circles...just add legs!

Pink Ribbon collage for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


  • made a Breast Cancer pink ribbon collage
  • added white tissue to shark papier mache for 3D part of more than 15 have been involved in the shark....will it ever end?
  • had a group visit from Sweden, Norway & u do!
  • YAP listed skills we had as a group for the project...they included whistling, bogey juggling and fire fighting (ie. blowing a match out having lit a camp fire)
  • had more fair trade products to sell in tuck shop & sold more...& ordered more....loving guiltfree tuck!
  • made eggy bread (probably has some posh name) to use eggs as shells needed for art project...2 for the price of 1.
  • did a speed version of evaluation...30 seconds each, say stop and someone else jumps in to evaluate in record time...was the fastest evaluation session ever...considering there were 12 workers (inc. young people) if the maths works out that was 6 mins + 2mins for!
  • Saturday - Sarah, Thomas, Josh & Craig showed other young people how to make badges, key rings and magnets, do T Shirt printing and designer socks at the Youth Council...some great designs all round. The young people attending were asked what they wanted the art activity to be next year...most said 'the same'!
  • Mikey & Hafima made muffin pizzas for lunch for all George Green classmates who fought over seconds...what are muffin pizzas u not chocolate muffins...breakfast muffins halved, covered in tomato pizza topping & whatever u want with cheese sprinkled on top and popped in a pre-heated oven til easy is that?
  • Sunday - Thomas, Sarah, Victoria and the inflatable Fairtrade banana were part of attempt to break a world record by Standing up against an event in Brick Lane - one of the many around the world...the green spot on the hand above was evidence of being of whether we were successful will follow...were there enough of us round the world to get into the Guinness Book of World Records? Time will only tell.


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At 21/10/06 10:14 am, Blogger Thomas said...

Wikked post Roz!

over 23.5 million of us broke the world record. YAY!!!!!!!!!!

At 21/10/06 10:23 am, Blogger Thomas said...

Oh BTW im gonna grab that pic for my blog!

At 21/10/06 10:23 am, Blogger Thomas said...

Oh BTW BTW! I was looking on the stand up against poverty website and they had pics of bricklane! AND... although there weren't any major pics of us. In the distance.....yes.....was half of Roz'z yellow top and her arm waving the Make Poverty History flag.


At 21/10/06 11:23 am, Blogger Roz said...

Check it out now Thomas...u are there!

Brick Lane Stand Up

At 21/10/06 11:26 am, Blogger Roz said...

I'm saving the world record bit for the next post....reckoned it deserved one of its own!

At 21/10/06 12:02 pm, Blogger Thomas said...

Can't wait!

I was gonna wait for the pics i wanted from you but thought the ones I already had were good enough!

I wanted to take the fireworks post out of the spot light!

At 21/10/06 8:34 pm, Blogger josh24nov06 said...

you had people from sweden visit and no one told me..... well thanks a lot lol i mean i could of gone back with them just like thomas is always telling me to do " go back to sweden"


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