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The Big Book Quiz Mar 19
Really looking forward to the first quiz of the season tonight. I wonder who’ll come out on top tonight when Wigan schools battle it out for a place in the final (plus one from Bolton!)
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
Sometimes small is better. Here is the winner of the smallest yet strongest tower.
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
HOLD ON!! We have new champions for the tallest tower holding a 1kg weight. Here is Grace and Rachel standing all smug after knowing Eleanor and Alyssa off the top spot!
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
Eleanor and Alyssa standing proud with their Lego tower.
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
Eleanor and Alyssa have adapted their original tower and it can hold a massive 4kg!!! Impressive!
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
Challenge 2 of 2: building any sized tower that can hold a 3kg weight!
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
But the winners of the tallest tower are Eleanor and Alyssa
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
The results are in! They all built a tower that would hold the 1kg weight!
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Byrchall Science Mar 19
Challenge 1 of 2: build the tallest tower that can hold a 1kg weight that fits in the printed square.
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
9P4 also had a good go at building their towers out of spaghetti
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
We are running a competition across all Year groups. As part of science week and to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the periodic table we are asking our students to design a birthday card. Here are our first few entries
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
7cd1 tackled the problem of building the biggest tower out of spaghetti that would support a pencil
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
7cd1 tackled the problem of building the biggest tower out of spaghetti that would support a pencil
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
Me Southern’s class used plastic bottles as part of their rockets!
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
Year 7 hard at work using their creativity to build their own rockets
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Byrchall Science Mar 15
Year 7 hard at work using their creativity to build their own rockets
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