Science Week

Science week this year was based around some of the learning that had been missed due to school closures. Each class had a small visitor, which they were very excited about.  Throughout the week teaching and learning focused around our key principles of learning about  science. 


Asking questions 

Using and understanding scientific vocabulary

Selecting their own equipment 

Taking risks and knowing that mistakes happen and that is how science evolves 

We started our week off with Sublime science and we were mesmerized with dry ice experiments.


Still image for this video


In July 2017 Years 4, 5 and 6 all attended this exhibition in Liverpool to look at careers and opportunities in STEM. look out for us at 3:12 and 3:44!

Big Bang North West 2017: The Movie! Courtesy of our Official Media Partner hi-impact consultancy, you can experience the excitement, inspiration, booms, bangs and fizzes of The Big Bang North West. Thousands of children celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths! Watch, attend, exhibit, support, sponsor - BBNW is amazing!

Mad Science Club was well attended and loved by the children. School subsidised the funding of this to make it a more affordable club.  Children are really enjoying the activities and learning how to become truly investigative scientists!
The children were excited to have Zany Z from Mad Science deliver an assembly. Zany Z showed us how to test for acids and alkalis, how to make 'safe' fire and how to pass electricity between children! WOW!

Mad science after school club