We would like to invite you to a Science Family Learning Night on Tuesday 2nd December from 5.30 – 6.30pm, with Lynne Long from The University of Birmingham, entitled ‘Hot and Cold’. The evening will consist of a one hour lecture about physical processes, including some amazing and thought provoking demonstrations.
This event is free of charge and is aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils. The intention of the evening is to engage pupils and their families in science in a fun and accessible way. We would ask that at least one adult accompanies a maximum of two children. Hot and Cold refreshments will be available after the lecture.
We are also pleased to welcome pupils and parents from our Ogden Trust partnership schools. If you are interested in attending, please complete and return the slip below to the school office. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis (replies will be numbered). We can only offer 150 places in total so please don’t delay!
Mr J Thompson
Please download this letter here and return the attached reply slip to reserve your places.
On Friday 14 November it is ‘Children in Need’ day, we have arranged to have a non-uniform day and in keeping with the ‘Hero’ theme, we would like all pupils to dress as a hero of their choice or spotty/stripe clothing. Children will be asked to make a suggested donation of £1.
There will be a variety of fund-raising activities during unstructured time on Friday 14th November
We hope that all pupils will support this worthy cause.
This is an exciting opportunity for pupils from Y5, Y6, Y7 and Y8 to be involved in the Science department on a regular basis. To apply you must write to Mr Thompson saying why you would be a great committee member. Deadline 1st December 2014.
Trips, family learning nights, events in school, Science in the news and STEM club are all things you could be involved with straight away. You can suggest lots of your own ideas too!