British Science Week Ends With A Bang
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Students and staff at Stockport Academy celebrated British Science Week in style.
Each day, the Science corridor was buzzing with activity, as the department organised regular after-school clubs for students to take part in.
On Monday, Mrs Llewellyn led a dissection workshop that enabled participants to get hands-on while learning about anatomy, then, on Tuesday, students had the chance to learn how to make glue from milk.
On Wednesday, Science Club ran a poster competition to celebrate British Science Week, before Mr Cox led a crime scene investigation activity that taught students about forensics on Thursday.
Of course, it wouldn’t be Science Week without a show-stopping demonstration from Head of Science Mr Campbell, who put on an excellent set of live experiments in front of a packed hall during Friday lunchtime.
Mr Campbell said: “We have had a brilliant week celebrating this fantastic subject and the impact it has on our day-to-day lives. It was great to see the students so engaged and eager to learn, and I would like to thank all the staff involved who gave up their time to make these experiences possible.”