On the 29th of January, the children used science with Mrs Mann, to create their own glue. They had to use lots of team working, measuring and concentration skills!
AFRIS workshops took place on the 30th of January – where the children learned about stars and Constellations, the Solar Systems and Space Exploration. This was a very busy science day!
On 1st of February, all of the Primary 4 and Primary 5 children came together to explore density, floating and sinking. The children had to work in groups to create different rafts -using paper, lolly-pop sticks and elastic bands. They then had to see if the models could float or sink. Once in the water, they had to see how many marbles their models could hold before it sank.
The most amount of marbles that were on a raft was 19!