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Celebrating Science Week

William Morris children have been celebrating Science Week with lots of diverse activities. There have been bottle rockets, which were also tested to see if they will fly better with colder or warmer water. Experiments to see how the surface area of boats that we created can affect whether they float or sink once our toy passengers hop on board.

Some of the children went down the nature route and created their own Bird Watch. They have been busy collecting natural materials to create nests and making fat feeders. We are tracking different birds who are visiting our bird boxes and feeding stations in our quad area in school to see if any of them will use them as create nests as Spring is just about here! Finally, our Year 6 have been designing posters and creating bug hotels! They were inspired to create minibeast artwork, and explored the school grounds to find minibeast habitats.