This year, the staff and children celebrated British Science Week with all the children participating in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities throughout the week. Science Oxford visited the school and provided exciting hands-on workshops for each class. The Reception and Year 1 children used their observations and knowledge to predict which objects would bounce and which would break and then they made their own slime and investigated its properties. The children in Pegasus Class explored different creatures’ habitats and adaptations. They used playdough and other craft materials to build their own creatures, thinking about what adaptations would help them to live in a particular habitat. All the children had a great week and thoroughly enjoyed all the opportunities to develop their scientific knowledge and skills!
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