Celebrating Science

World Space Week 2021

October 4th-9th was world space week in school and we have been focusing on two very exciting themes: Women in Space and Mars. In school, we have completed some amazing work and investigations, some can be seen below. Some of us also took part in homework challenges linked to these themes and our teachers have been blown away by some of the wonderful pieces of work that we have completed at home. Each year group also nominated a space scientist of the week and they received a certificate in our celebration assembly on Friday.

Juice up your rocket competition 2021

We have all recently taken part in a school competition to design an image for the nose of the Ariane 5 rocket which will begin it’s journey to explore Jupiter and it’s moons in 2022. Our school council chose their favourite artwork from each year group and these will be sent on to the ESA (European Space Agency) who will choose the overall winner from hundreds of children’s entries! We are keeping our fingers crossed that one of our designs is chosen but we had such a lovely time learning about the fascinating planet of Jupiter and creating our designs. Have a look at some of our wonderful work and our fantastic winning entries…

Science Week 2021

Take a look at some of the wonderful work we completed during our 2021 Science Week. The theme was ‘innovating for the future’ which we thought was extremely relevant at this current time and gave us the chance to explore some of the amazing recent advancements which have happened in the scientific field including vaccines. Every year group completed some amazing work based around this theme.

Beat it germ fest!