Glemsford Primary School’s recent science week gave a chance for children to celebrate science.
The week of activities was designed to get pupils to embrace the subject. The science week saw the whole school take part in a host of experiments and activities.
Each year group were given different areas to focus on and conducted planning and research before undertaking various experiments.
The areas of focus included the five senses, energy and the human skeleton.
Emma Myers, science coordinator, said: “The whole week was a great success and enjoyed by all. The children have developed their science skills by allowing curiosity to lead them. They have also had the opportunity to begin working towards their curious scientist award which has been set up at Glemsford.”