We are delighted to announce that Sophie, Mariella and Alex have received an ‘Excellence Award’ for their entries in the ‘How to Build a Human: Design a Card Game’ national school challenge.
In the midst of the country’s third lockdown, Lower School students responded to the call to shine a spotlight on the Human Cell Atlas project by designing an all age card game with the support of Godolphin’s Sixth Form biologists. Working together on the project over Google Meet, the experience highlighted the power of teamwork and the value of creativity in a process which tested the students’ perseverance and resilience as they navigated the challenges of building their very own cell-tastic card game from scratch.
Sophie, Mariella and Alex received some fantastic feedback on the creativity and educational value of each of their entries from the judges. A special mention must be made of our Sixth Form mentors – Rojin, Olivia and Anneliese – for their help with their projects.
To view the entries, please click the links below:
Sophie’s Community Immunity, ‘A fun and exciting game which will bring people together as well as helping them learn all about the wonders of the immune system! Players act as the cells of the immune system, scoring cell combos and answering trivia cards to earn health points and fight the nasty pathogens!’ can be viewed here: https://www.littleinventors.org/ideas/community-immunity-1/details
Mariella’s Cell Collaboration, ‘In this game, family and friends communicate and collaborate to help Dr. Thymus collect all the right cells to build organs and create a healthy body’ can be viewed here: https://www.littleinventors.org/ideas/cell-collaboration/details
Alex’s Survivor, ‘Players survive a heart attack using the corresponding attack, defence and power cards to do so!’ can be viewed here: https://www.littleinventors.org/ideas/survivor/details