Appliance of science
Marshland High School s seven feeder primary schools enjoyed a morning of science activities based on the theme of Power Up – a look at alternative energy sources. Teams of Year 6 children from each of the primary schools took part in a competition to c
Marshland High School's seven feeder primary schools enjoyed a morning of science activities based on the theme of 'Power Up' - a look at alternative energy sources.
Teams of Year 6 children from each of the primary schools took part in a competition to construct and test a vehicle powered by a wind-up mechanism.
Each team was joined by a past pupil from Year 7 at Marshland High.
The winning team was presented with a shield to be displayed at their school.
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The event was the second annual science challenge for primary schools that Marshland High has held in conjunction with its specialist science college status.
The event also included a science quiz and other activities about renewable energy sources. The High School is also holding an exhibition of the work each primary school has done for a 'Power Up' project. 011
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