A group of Year 5 children recently went to St. Malachy’s to take part in a Space exhibition. Whilst they were there, they listened to a talk from an astronomer and got to experience a Space dome. They also learnt about the different planets and other aspects of the Solar System.
In the Autumn term, some of the children had the opportunity to attend a Science club alongside their parents, where they had hands-on experience of carrying out different Scientific investigations.
At Christ the King, we enhance and enrich our Science curriculum by taking the children on trips and having visitors in school.
‘Making a volcano and learning how to do new things. I also learnt how to make a circuit so that the bulb lights up.’ Alfie
‘I got to spend time doing experiments with my dad. My favourite part was making a volcano that erupted and learning to make better paper aeroplanes.’ Alyssia
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