Science brings food for thought
CHILDREN at Sea Mills Primary School have been given the opportunity to showcase all their hard work in a dedicated Science Week.
Parents, carers and friends have been invited to come and visit the new-build school.
They are able to take a look at the children's work and even take part in some science experiments.
One of the highlights of the week is a competition to see which family can build the highest tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows.
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During the rest of the week children will be investigating how to use heat to change materials, what makes the loudest sound as well as finding out facts about space.
They will also be receiving a visit from the Explorer Dome which is an inflatable dome which children can crawl inside and see all the stars and planets.
Headteacher Kirsteen Craig said: "The children have been working so hard towards this week.
"Science plays a huge role in all of our lives and we are hoping that this week will raise the profile of this important area.
"Year 5 and 6 have been finding out about being astronauts.
"They wrote letters of applications to NASA and now many of them have aspirations to be an astronaut in the future – who knows the next Neil Armstrong may come out of Sea Mills Primary school. Children are naturally inquisitive and love to find out things. They are great at investigating how and why things happen".