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Science Day

On Wednesday the 14th of March Primary (with help from Secondary) celebrated Science Day. The children really enjoyed taking part in a wide variety of experiments and investigations as well as learning how important science is in most aspects of our lives. Year 6 were led by Year 13 in dissecting some animal organs and discussed how important this was to help us learn all about how these organs function in animals and humans. Year 5 and Year 6 were also invited to a Secondary assembly all about young scientists and the discoveries they have made. We also took some time to remember perhaps one of the most famous modern day scientists such as Stephen Hawking.

 

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