Super Science Demonstration Assembly
Our KS2 assembly was presented by our wonderful visitors. The whole of KS2 )including staff) were in awe of of the experiments and information they found out.
KS1 enjoyed learning about magnets.
During the study of forces in school KS1 used simple magnets. They are fun to use. You can pick up things made of iron and steel. We learned that at home, you may have fridge magnets - they use force to stick to the door of the fridge - as long as it contains some iron or steel. Magnets are very useful and simple to use.
How much do you know about magnets?
Classic science experiments are always great fun. Making homemade butter has to be an all time favourite! This must be one of the simplest of science projects with no waste because it’s completely edible! We love simple science experiments that provide a wonderful end result. This can be so gratifying for children to be able to see and taste the final product of their hard work. Grab your ingredients and get started!
You might also want a lot of warm fresh bread on hand for taste testing.
We have been learning the science behind lava lamps. During the day we made our very own lamps and tried them out. The lava lamp experiment is super cool! We all loved exploring the coloured water and oil, but a surprise ingredient made this science activity even more exciting!
Try this one yourself. Click the image above for details.