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Science week at Wroughton

PUBLISHED: 16:54 26 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:09 03 July 2010

Wroughton Infants take part in science week

Wroughton Infants take part in science week

AS part of Science Week, the children from Wroughton Infant School took part in a range of practical and exciting activities. Barry Cramp, aided by a team of parent helpers and governors, ran a workshop for pupils in Years 1 and 2 to explore forces, temperature, the body and light.

AS part of Science Week, the children from Wroughton Infant School took part in a range of practical and exciting activities. Barry Cramp, aided by a team of parent helpers and governors, ran a workshop for pupils in Years 1 and 2 to explore forces, temperature, the body and light. Dr Ken Farquar did an interactive show for the whole school and worked with groups of children during the afternoon. The RSPCA worked with children in the Reception Year, encouraging them to think about the impact of litter on wildlife. The theme for Science Week is to have fun, enjoy and explore.


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