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Louise Cass 12h
these cross curricular science ideas from are pretty cool.
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Explorify 20h
Watch this fascinating video with your class to explore liquid density! This activity is great for developing observation and scientific thinking skills! πŸ‘ What's more – Explorify is free! Sign up today.
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Donna Harris 11h
It’s been fabulous to work with such a great group of Warrington primary science leaders this year . Excellent sharing of knowledge & expertise
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Mr Carver Jun 18
From dissecting to pollinating. Our hands on science learning has turned over a β€˜new leaf’, who could have thought a plant really does do so much more than smell nice and look pretty?
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St Margaret Mary's 21h
Year 5M are making predictions about plastic bags and whether they affect the decomposition of food. 🍌
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Mount Carmel School Jun 18
Thanks to our scientific investigations, including fingerprint analysis and PTC test paper, we discovered the culprit was...Miss. Gee! Fortunately, she had only taken the trophies to polish them and has safely returned them to the Trophy Cabinet.
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St James Hatcham Jun 25
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Mount Carmel School Jun 18
Great scientific investigations this morning Year 6! You were able to extract DNA from strawberries, learn how to accurately take a fingerprint and analyse the differences between each one. Has this helped you to determine who stole the trophy?
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School Newsroom Jun 24
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EHWE SLP Jun 25
Great fun at the Engaging KS1 Science CPD session - but who’s Humpty Dumpty survived? Lots more quality CPD in the planning for 2019-2020
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Edina Trust Jun 20
πŸ˜ƒDelighted to have 800 keen followers! Who else wants to hear about funding opportunities and other news?! πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―
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@YWIschool Jun 24
THANK YOU to all the parents that attended our GREAT SCIENCE SHARE! It was fantastic to see the children and parents working together on our scientific questions!
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Ley Hill School Jun 25
Year 3 and 4 had fun playing some eco-themed games this morning. We have made pledges for saving water
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simon roy 19h
our Yr5 kids were due to go to a planetarium, but we have been let down by our bus company. We have now put together an 'astronaut academy' for them. I'm sure you get asked this a lot, but would there be any chance of a quick Skype Q & A session?
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Explorify Jun 25
What if all materials were stretchy, rigid or transparent? Great questions to develop scientific thinking skills! Log in, or sign up for free activities from .
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Mount Carmel School Jun 21
4S winner of the poster\experiment competition voted by the class. Well done
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Ashurst Primary 20h
Year 3 investigated habitats in the school grounds and hunted minibeasts. πŸŒ³πŸŒπŸ•·πŸ›
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Year 5 - Miss Thake Jun 17
The challenge is on- which team will turn the cream to butter the quickest?
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Ley Hill School Jun 25
Year 5 and 6 enjoyed their Water Experiments workshop this morning. We found out how water is cleaned for drinking and what is safe to flush down the toilet!
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Alderbrook Primary Jun 24
ALDERBROOK SCIENCE WEEK HAS STARTED! πŸ‘©πŸΎβ€πŸ”¬πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ”¬πŸŒŽπŸ”­ Watch this space for photos of all the exciting events!
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