Science Week 2019: Project Entries
Well done to all the children who entered the science fair project competition this year. Once again there were some great entries.
Well done to:
Elise, EYFS, for her investigation into what plants need to grow and be healthy
Archie, EYFS, for his papier mache Earth, Sun and Moon
Leo, KS1, for his investigation into, 'Will a hairdyer melt wax crayons?'
Evie, KS1, for her investigation exploring what happens to raspberries over time in different substance
Kye, KS1, for his investigation about 'walking water'
Ollie, LKS2, for his investigation about a lava lamp
Courtney, LKS2, for her investigation about how to get a boiled egg into a jar
Albert, LKS2, for his investigation and PowerPoint about a rubber egg
Matthew, UKS2, for his pea growing research
Ruby, UKS2, for her investigation about how Alka Seltzer behave in different liquids
Olivia, UKS2, for her research about the human body
Super effort to the above children, awarded prizes in this year's science fair, but also to all others who took part.
Science Week 2018: Science Projects
WOW! We beat last year's record and this year had 107 entries! Amazing...but very hard to judge!
Well done to all who entered, and a special well done to our winners:
Alice, in EYFS, for her life cycle of a butterfly collage
Poppy, in KS1, for her walking water investigation and poster board
Harry and Jack in KS2, for their erupting volcano experiment and talk!
A huge well done to everyone else who entered but did not win this year...keep exploring!
Science Week 2017: Science Project Entries
An amazing response to the science fair competition, with 99 entries across school. It was so very difficult to decide upon just 9 winners as there were so many excellent projects, showing an enormous amount of effort from all who entered. Well done to all the children who participated - it was a tough job judging the entries.
9 children all received a science gift, kindly donated by Curious Minds (www.curiousminds.co.uk), and our overall winner received a voucher.
Well done to:
Leo (Saplings) for his marvellous marble run
Ollie (Maple) for his walking water experiment
Bertie (Willow) for his travelling colour experiment
Lola (Hazel) for her density of liquids and power of magnets experiment and presentation
Matthew (Beech) for his 'Black Snake Smoke' experiment
Lewis (Elder) for his presentation on frogspawn
Livia (Elder) for her presentation on the science behind Whalley Hydro
Olivia (Oak) for her copper coin battery, with enough power to light a bulb
Elisha (Oak) for her homemade play doh earth with all the layers when you cut into it.
And well done to Joe (Oak) for his experiment, presentation, data and graphs on the investigation into the optimum balance weight of the nose of a homemade glider.
Everyone has demonstrated fantastic scientific knowledge and we can see the care, time and hard work that has gone into all of the projects we received. Well done to everyone.
We hope you enjoyed coming into school to see the children's work from science week.