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Year 10 PBL Week 17-20th October 2022

Year 10 Activities for PBL Week 1

October 17th – 20th 2022



Day Activity Details
Monday Normal lessons for all students


Start at 9am as normal.

Finish at 4pm.


Tuesday Computing Tasters and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Debate Day Start at 9am as normal.

Finish at 4pm.


Students will take part in a series of Computing projects in the morning, followed by a debate in the afternoon on AI.

Wednesday London Scramble Start at 9am as normal.

Arrive back in Feltham at approx 2/3pm – students will be dismissed from the station.


Students will undertake a group treasure hunt in London, supported by staff with each group.

Students will need drinks / packed lunch.

Travel by train (free).

Uniform needed although students may wear trainers.


Thursday Work Experience Launch / IDEA Award followed by Enrichment option Start at 9am as normal.

Finish at 4pm


Students will be introduced to the Y10 Work Experience plans and look at future career options.

We will also undertake the IDEA Award before finishing with Enrichment activities, which students can choose from.

Friday INSED School closed to all students.








Monday October 3rd 2022

Dear Parent/Carer,

Project-Based Learning – Week 1

17th – 20th October 2022

As you may be aware, at Logic Studio School our students participate in Project Based Learning (PBL) weeks at the end of each half term. The aim of these weeks is twofold: firstly to give our students the opportunity to use and develop the academic knowledge and skills they learn in the classroom in a practical environment; and secondly to undertake new activities and projects that challenge and inspire them to improve their employment skills, aspirations and career planning.

The aim of this letter is to provide a general overview and reminder about PBL Week 1, with more specific year group and activity information contained overleaf.

During PBL weeks, we will often have changes to the timetable, including start and finish times and these are indicated where appropriate. For some students in Years 12 and 13, this may mean a slightly longer day than normal due to the nature of the activities.

Some of our activities may require movement offsite and where this is the case, this is also indicated.

If you have any concerns regarding your child’s involvement in these activities, please contact us at Logic as soon as possible and speak to myself or your child’s Achievement Coordinator.

Yours sincerely,



John Cadogan

Vice Principal

Logic Studio School