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Curridge Primary School embraces exciting Science Week





Pupils at Curridge Primary School took part in a range of exciting activities during their recent Science Week.

These included an immersive VR workshop, plus chemistry, biology and physics lessons led by local scientists.

Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School
Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School

Headteacher, Jackie Livermore, said: “Science is such an important subject for children to learn about, encouraging critical thinking and problem-solving skills that will be applicable for the rest of their lives.

Curridge pupil taking part in Science Week
Curridge pupil taking part in Science Week

“We are passionate about engaging our children in the world around them and inspiring them to be curious about their future roles.”

In the physics lesson, pupils investigated the trajectory of meteors and measured their impact.

Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School
Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School

In the chemistry lesson, pupils tested solutions to find out if they were acidic or alkaline.

Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School
Pupils taking part in Science Week at Curridge Primary School
Science week at Curridge Primary School
Science week at Curridge Primary School
Science week at Curridge Primary School
Science week at Curridge Primary School

And in the biology lesson, pupils investigated 'where would a woodlice wander?'

The week concluded with a science exhibition, where pupils demonstrated their new skills and knowledge to their families.



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