Gallery: Pupils at Melton Primary School enjoy a week of scientific discovery

Melton Primary School having their open day at the School at Melton, Woodbridge. Nathan Power aged 7

Melton Primary School having their open day at the School at Melton, Woodbridge. Nathan Power aged 7 and the Yr3 class doing measuring exercises linked to science with teacher Sally Webb. - Credit: Andrew Partridge

INQUISITIVE youngsters have been busy putting their minds to the test, asking questions and developing their skills of observation and deduction.

Pupils at Melton Primary School have taken part in a range of activities for science week. The theme was “discover” and classes have been looking at topics including nature, materials and the human body.

They have also tried to answer questions such as: “Do the children with the longest legs jump the furthest?” and “when is a material a liquid?”. The school also held an open day so parents could join their children.

Headteacher Mark Girling said: “Science week has enabled our pupils to gain a real flavour of practical experiments and inspired them to find out how and why things work.

“Our open day was a chance for parents to come and learn alongside their children and showcase the work the school does.”


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