Science week has got off to an awesome start! Sublime Science arrived ready to rock with five amazing workshops. In the photos Graphite class are making
slime and sherbet (not mixed). Teia's face speaks a thousand words about the effectiveness of the sherbet!
Heron and Swan class got busy in the wildlife area this afternoon. They took part in pond dipping, bug hunting and tree identification. They found
a frog and a smooth newt in the pond as well as many other insects both in and out of the pond. Willow class have been making salt crystal snowflakes,
whilst Oak class made a non-Newtonian fluid by mixing cornflour and water. Many other scientific activities have been taking place across the school
and by the end of the week, all children from year 1 to year 6 will have met the Sublime scientists.
Well done to Year 5 - superb behaviour and really good questions. A pleasure to teach.
- A Holt - Sir Teachalot
Please pass on huge thanks and congratulations to all your lovely children, their parents and your colleagues – I could not have asked for better parade,
my hat goes off to you all!!
- Mrs Woodward, Chatsmore High School
Thank you for hosting the Legacy Games. Durrington was an excellent venue - safe and contained. I would also like to say how very polite your children
are - holding doors open and offering to help me when they could. It was lovely to see.
- Ali Groves, WSSA
The children have been a joy to teach, so enthusiastic and friendly! I hope to work with your school again in the near future.
- T Waine - Active Communities Officer
Just a quick note to say thank you to you and your staff for being so welcoming on Wednesday.