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Leonardo da Vinci Day

Posted on: 14th September 2014 | Category: Music, theater and art

This exhibition was followed by an exploration of Leonardo’s ideas in various school disciplines.   Tom Bluhm explained the story of the 2 Mona Lisas (did you know there were 2?), and he then encouraged girls to update her image.  Some basic Italian was learned in an afternoon of games and matched phrases: an English session explored the character of Leonardo himself, the Golden Rule and Fibonacci numbers found their place in maths, and groups experimented with mirror writing in the chemistry lab. The hero of the day was Roger Baumann, who used the Italian theme to teach cookery to five different groups and then produced a superb menu for lunch and dinner.

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