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11/04/19

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Feeling very proud of our four year 6 pupils from last academic year who have received their BBKA Junior Assesment certificates and badges https://t.co/WWjTW98MAW

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05/04/19

Isle of Wight trip current estimated time of arrival is 3:45

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05/04/19

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Thank you . had a blast! 👍 https://t.co/m8gP613rUT

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05/04/19

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An example of the rooms have been staying in this week at the Roseberry Hotel. https://t.co/FNyJuE3B84

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05/04/19

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We’re really looking forward to this AND the conference with in August! https://t.co/8YmYOU7FlX https://t.co/KjBJzPAuSs

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05/04/19

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Thank you ! loved it! https://t.co/QnORAhCxsu

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05/04/19

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Art and Craft club last week! Again this group of children absolutely loved designing, making and painting their animals made using newspaper and mod roc. https://t.co/nUY8qi62Dk

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05/04/19

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Art and Craft club last week! Again this group of children absolutely loved designing, making and painting their animals made using newspaper and mod roc. https://t.co/XC41FQf3JG

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05/04/19

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Art and Craft club last week! Again this group of children absolutely loved designing, making and painting their animals made using newspaper and mod roc. https://t.co/dUsvhvi5aU

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05/04/19

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Good morning! bags are packed, rooms are empty and breakfast is being served. https://t.co/dI2UUzj2qp

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03/04/19

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dinner and letters from home 🍲🍰 ✉️ https://t.co/Uxig2ejUxp

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03/04/19

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Yesterday Reception got messy decorating cupcakes for a special Easter treat thanks to the lovely ladies in the kitchen! https://t.co/J8lvT9ifR3

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03/04/19

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are heading home from Thank you for having us - we loved it! 🦁🐯🐵 https://t.co/QWY1Sotorj

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03/04/19

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Posted on: 04/04/2019

Budding scientists from Whyteleafe Primary School take part in university finals

We had a fantastic time with our budding scientists at this year’s brilliant science fair where some fascinating projects were on display.

 

Whyteleafe Primary School  joined around 400 pupils from across the GLF Schools network to show some brilliant science projects, which were all produced at home, in the contest’s final held at the Royal Holloway University in Egham, Surrey on Monday.

 

Projects were incredibly diverse and ranged from ‘Why don’t polar bears get cold?’ to ‘Life and death of planet earth’ and ‘which brand of kitchen roll is the most absorbent?. Each was beautifully presented and had been thoroughly researched.

More than 30 businesses also took part in the finals with displays and stands at the university to encourage our pupils to look at future careers involving the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

 

The companies ranged from the Royal Society of Chemistry to the world-famous Brooklands Museum and many offered some great hands-on exhibits. There were also keynote speakers who inspired us all.

 

“This is the third year running we have held a science fair grand final event and it is getting bigger and better each time,” said Daniel Welch, Primary Science Leader at GLF Schools.

 

Each project won its place at the final by beating others at school and the standard this year was particularly high from all the entrants.