Science club continues to be very popular with our large group of keen year 7 and 8 scientists. These students have been attending every Wednesday lunchtime to take part in a wide range of fun and exciting scientific experiments, investigations and challenges. Since the last Science club update, students have explored the properties of non-Newtonian fluids by studying Oobleck, created some spooky flaming ghosts, learnt how to catalyse an elephant’s toothpaste reaction, developed a technique to create unpoppable bubbles and learnt how to test for hydrogen using the ‘squeaky pop test’.
Science club is open to all year 7 and year 8 students. Anyone wanting to attend can just turn up and get involved on Wednesday lunchtimes at 12:45pm.