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Science and Nature Club gives us chance to explore the world around us and how things work.

We find out by doing a wide variety of fun (often messy) activities. smiley

 

Here are some photos of our future scientists in action:

 

 

Making a working hand, exploring anatomy and function.

Making a working hand, exploring anatomy and function. 1
Making a working hand, exploring anatomy and function. 2

Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses.

Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 1
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 2
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 3
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 4
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 5
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 6
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 7
Exploring material properties and how to change them for different uses. 8

Fungi Foray in the school grounds

Fungi Foray in the school grounds 1
Fungi Foray in the school grounds 2
Fungi Foray in the school grounds 3
Fungi Foray in the school grounds 4

Habitats around our school grounds.

 

The science club have identified a variety of animal and plant habitats around the school grounds. Read on to learn more about our amazing habitats.

 

 

Freshwater habitat - the pond.
Picture 1 Lillies provide shade and food for pond animals.
Bug hotel.
Picture 1 A safe place for a few nights and overwintering.
Grass habitat
Picture 1 Flowering plants provide food.
Picture 2 Spot the bug. What is it?
Picture 3 Flowering grasses - good for birds and insects.
Picture 4 Daisies are an important food source.
Deciduous woodland ( that means the trees lose their leaves in autumn).
Picture 1 Horse chestnut tree, with conkers.
Picture 2 Conkers! Food for our woodland mammals.
Picture 3 First you have to get past the spikes!
Picture 4 Conkers are beautiful!
Picture 5 Brambles with blackberries - more food!
Picture 6 Oak trees provide acorns - food and new oak trees!
Picture 7 Autumn leaves.
Picture 8 This one isn't deciduous! Laurels are evergreen.
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