Goblin kit cars: Worthing school enjoys its own thrilling festival of speed


Emily Wadge, class teacher, said: “Our beautiful and creative DT event is an annual event that the whole school looks forward to and a unit of work that we are incredibly proud of. Our sixth grade children in their individual classes have created their own, self-made and created go-karts, which they raced against each other. The cars were designed, named and built by the children. At the same time, the sixth graders organized stalls refreshments for their peers and the proceeds will go to the school and future events.

“We worked together to create a wonderful event for the whole school. We were marketers, creating posters and garlands to advertise each individual class brand. We were entrepreneurs, planning and fixing the cost of refreshments for the festival to make a profit for the school Finally, we’ve been engineers, building our Goblin cars in a rotation of different teams, making it a true year-round group effort and ready to run at the festival.

“Even though each of the classes were competing in a race series, as one we are a team, and after many canceled events and global disruptions, we are thrilled to be able to celebrate together again as one Chesswood family. We are immensely proud of our six years and their incredible accomplishments in making this event a resounding success.

The overall winner was Racing Wieners, class 6RW, while Atoms, class 6PO, won Best Design and Suiiiiiiper Sycamores, Don’t Worry About a Thing, class 6EW, was the fastest on the race. obstacles with a time of 12.87 seconds. Also competing are Monkey Mobile, class 6NB; Flaming Blaze, class 6AH; Nightmare Singers, class 6NS; and Super Jack Rabbit, class 6SJ. The children said they enjoyed the challenges, including making presentations to decide who would be the drivers.


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