As part of our whole school focus on developing Science this year, we will be holding a Science Day on Tuesday 31st January where we will all be scientists.
Throughout the day everyone in school will be involved in a wide range of science activities. Beginning with a ‘Big Question’ the children will have a chance to explore and investigate to find answers to their questions.
Also, Year 5 and Year 6 will be taking part in a Live Lesson as part of the BBC Terrific Science, having begun their Science work this week finding out about how we ‘taste’ things. This investigation will reveal how many of the children are tasters, non-tasters and supertasters … and what this means. They will be sharing their data as part of the national project and become ‘Citizen Scientists’.
Look out on the website for reports and photos of the Science Day activities after our Science Day.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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