Fifty of our students who have shown outstanding effort in science during their first year here were invited to take part in a visit to the Science Museum on the 4th July. The visit was a reward and aimed to enable the students to continue to fuel their enthusiasm and passion for science. We also hoped they would enjoy finding out how scientific applications are used in everyday life. The following statements from the students confirm that the visit was a great success.
“The best bit of the science trip was when we watched the 3D movie. I loved looking at the first bicycle, it looked very similar to the bikes we have now. I would definitely recommend the science museum to everyone every age.”
“The coolest was the Imax theatre that was the biggest in Europe, the movie was narrated by Jennifer Laurence. It looked like the stars were coming out and we were in space as the 3D was so good”. “I thought we would do experiments but it was so much better as we got to see very old things that we cannot see nowadays as it is very old.”
“I liked the glass area where they showed all the colours. Even at the start there was this part where four cars were piled on top of each other. The best bit was the space section.”
“We went to the gift shop and even that was very interesting as there were lots of cool things to buy and see.”
If you have a child in Year 5 and you are considering which Secondary School they should attend from September 2018, please join us at our Open Evening on Monday 10th July.
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