Student work on medieval Baghdad
Year 7 and 8 students are both currently studying medieval Baghdad as part of their Connected World topic. Nefeli (Year 8) has been completing the lesson work and was inspired to make this model in addition, reflecting her knowledge of the remarkable circular design of the city.
In Year 8 English we are studying ‘The Fox Girl and the White Gazelle’ by Victoria Williamson. It is about two young girls who have more in common than they realise and they are brought together when they look after a fox and her cubs. Nefeli Tsamili, 8JC, has been so inspired by the book so far that she took it upon herself to create a wonderful clay model of the foxes, her cubs and a girl in Presdales uniform. What a wonderful and amazing depiction of the story and what it stands for. Well done Nefeli.