It has been a great pleasure to be able to put on a Science Exhibition of Year 6 and Year 7 pupils’ work this week.

As ever, the variety of projects is a testament to the variety of science itself. Moving through the space, visitors walk from work on growing bacteria, to science magic tricks, erupting volcanoes, density towers, chemical reactions, electricity generation and much more.
Crucially, the pupils choose their own area of study and their own method of presentation, and we are proud to be able to give them that independence. The result of this is that those individuals become ‘experts’ and they educate others.
This year, for the first time, we have created a voting system for visiting pupils, each of whom casts three votes for their favourite three exhibits. The winners of the voting will be announced in due course.
Thank you to parents who have supported their child’s work – although I would like to think that you didn’t help them too much!

Wishing you all a pleasant Exeat over the Bank holiday weekend!