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National Science and Engineering Week (NSEW) is a great opportunity for pupils to engage in new activities to amaze and inspire.
Each year, thousands of schools across the country organise and participate in local activities as part of NSEW. In NSEW 2007, Dartford Grammar Schools for Girls ran, “six fun-packed 90 minutes sessions for 1500 year 6 and 7 students, crammed full of more than 50 hands-on science, technical and mathematical activities with both team and individual competitions.”
At Lindley Junior School in Huddersfield, ‘Playtime Plastics’ workshops were held in partnership with the chemical industry and the University of York. The workshops focused on ‘real life’ situations for the pupils to enhance and develop their AT1 skills.
National Science and Engineering Week is coordinated by the BA (British Association for the Advancement of Science).
You can watch and vote for your favourite science experiments here.
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