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Bayards Hill Science Week
In the summer of 2016-2017 we began our Bayards Hill Science Week with an exciting launch assembly full of fire!
SCIENCE WEEK LAUNCH ASSEMBLY
The week continued with scientisits visiting classrooms, and interactive workshops in the hall, culminating in our first every Bayards Hill Science Fair.
SCIENCE OXFORD SILME WORKSHOPS
CHENEY SCIENCE ELECTRICTY INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
BAYARDS HILL SCIENCE FAIR
At our first ever Bayards Hill Science Fair, KS2 children demonstrated their experiments and research to KS1 children, governors, parents and visiting scientists. The hall was packed and excited customers were treated to lots of interesting installations and hands-on demos - from volcanoes and hurricanes to bouncing balls and spinning keys - with the science behind all of these thoughtfully explained by the children. Prizes were awarded based on pupil voting and visiting scientist judgement.
Pupils were also eagerly entering the first termly Big Science Question competition. Rhat term, linked to the School's theme of 'Even Bigger', the question posed was ‘What would happen if the Earth stopped spinning?’ There were some incredibly creative entreies and prizes were awarded to the top three entries. The Big Science question is now a termly event.