On Monday and Tuesday this week all of the children in the school had the opportunity to experience 'Science in a Suitcase' as part of their Science day activities.
The Key Stage Two hall was set up with a wide variety of scientific 'hands on' activities covering areas such as light, sound, electricity, movement, colour and forces.
The children were dazzled by the bubble show at the start of their session before having time to explore all of the different activities
It was great to hear such a wide range of scientific vocabulary being used as the children were exploring each activity, trying to find out what scientific process was taking place.
After school on Monday parents were invited in to explore the scientific experiments also. Thank you to all those who attended.
Here are some of the comments made by the children about the day:
" It was fascinating"
"I loved the big bubble"
" I liked finding out how things worked"
"The multi-mirror kaleidoscopes were amazing!"
"What an incredibly awesome experience, I loved it!"
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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