Year 5 began their new mini mission with some expert survival training (thanks to professional Levison Woods).
Mission 1's aim was simple, the task.... not so much. Children had to use equipment provided to transfer water from a water source (barrels), over a range of obstacles and down a filtrations system (guttering) into a clean bowl for consumption and of course - survival!
Mission 2 was even more complicated. Using a range of equipment, children had to design and build contraptions to retrieve food (a range of carbohydrates, fats, proteins and nutrients... a.k.a coloured balls) from a source located in the middle of an uninhabitable void. Here, children put their teamwork and creativity to the test.