Welcome to the Science Ambassadors section of the website. We have selected a representative from each of our Key Stage 2 classes to become part of the team. Science Ambassadors will play an important role in the promotion and development of Science across our school as we work towards the Primary Science Quality Mark.
Their responsibilities will include:
- keeping a journal to record the Science activities they have completed in and out of school
- selecting fun activities for homework projects
- attending meetings to discuss ways we can improve Science
- visiting other primary schools to take part in investigations
- planning ‘Mad Science Day’ in the Spring term
Science Ambassadors Blog
Year 3 Ambassadors looked at the names of the bones in our body and learned all about the function of our skeleton.
Year 5 Ambassadors focused on finding out if the surface affected the distance a car travelled. They made predictions and explained their thoughts and ideas well.
Year 6 Ambassadors investigated what happens to our pulse rate when we complete different types of physical activity. They enjoyed using our virtual tee to learn more about the position and function of our heart.
Our Year 3 and 4 Science Ambassadors were very lucky to be able to visit another primary school this afternoon to complete their own investigations. Children were given a range of equipment and they had to come up with their own investigation ideas and select the necessary equipment. We really enjoyed working with children from a different school and sharing our ideas. It was interesting to find out other ways of doing things.
Our Science Ambassadors were lucky enough to be able to interview a special visitor into our school – a GP. Saba brought in her doctor's kit and we were able to look at all the equipment she uses and found out how it works. We found out how Science links to her job and different ways she helps people.
What do you think would happen if you drop an egg? It would crack, right?
This experiment will allow you to create a bouncing egg. Take a look at the following website to watch a video guide on how to carry out the investigation at home.
You can send us photographs of your child carrying out this investigation using the school app. On the app, click on the 'Science Projects link' and then it will ask for a password. The password is 'experiment'. You will then be taken to a page where you can insert your child's name, upload 2 photographs and add a brief description.
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