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Super Science Fair 2020



What a wonderful afternoon filled with incredible science.  Take a peek at some of the entries and be inspired! Thank you to all the children and parents who took part, we couldn't have done it without you!

Science Week - Where Will Science Lead You?



Breaking News...body found at the White Horse Tavern.  So far forensics have found: bloody animal prints, sketch of a clockwork heart (only visible with ultra-violet light) and fingerprints.  Body believed to be Karl, the apprentice.  Other evidence bagged and currently being analysed.  Suspicious footprint also found and cast made.  Watch this space...reports to follow.

KS1 & Year 3 Science Fair



Take a look at some science fair entries - more to follow soon!  DON'T FORGET Year 4 & Upper KS2 Science Fair on Friday afternoon!

British Science Week



What happens when water is added to skittles...take a look and see what Y5 observed...can you explain what happened scientifically?

Perfect Presentation



Just take a look at a selection of Y5's super science and perfect presentation :-)

Animal Encounters



Spike the animal man came in to see us with his special friends. We got to see and stroke lots of different animals  like a salamander, a snake, a tenrec, a bearded dragon, a tarantula and a super cute owl. We were given lots of information about the animals including where they were from, what they eat and any special skills they have. The year 2 children all listened well and enjoyed the animal experiences. 

Apollo 11 Project


"One step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

Amazing work from Taran (Y5), based on our learning in science!  

Year 6 - Super Scientist!



After being inspired by her science investigation on mould growth in school, Martyna decided to carry out her own investigation.

Which liquid increases mould growth the most: milk or water?

We cannot wait to see the percentage of mould growth at week 4!

Celebrating Science



Jane Turner, PSQM National Director said: “Gaining a Primary Science Quality Mark is a significant achievement for a school.  The profile and quality of science teaching and learning in each awarded school is very high. Children are engaging with great science both in and outside the classroom, developing positive attitudes towards science as well as secure scientific understanding and skills. Science subject leaders, their colleagues, head teachers, children, parents and governors should be very proud.”

Super Science...



Have fun! Investigate!  Learn new things!  Ask questions!  Work together!

Our science principles are part of every lesson, take a look at our current class displays.




Take a look at the habitats Y2 have cleverly created - can you name them all?

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