We have recently seen British Science Week have quite an impact on our staff and students.
Budding scientists at CMA dissected lungs and eyes, made slime, wrote about potion-making, took part in educational trips and welcomed Manchester University, who hosted a Flash Bang Extravaganza for CMA and Rushbrook pupils.
At South Shore meanwhile, the entire Science Lab was quarantined thanks to an ‘Outbreak Simulation’ and Marton Primary went along to learn all about infectious diseases. Melland students visited Manchester University to take part in their science fair and take part in pharmaceutical workshops and Stanley Grove Students dressed up and carried out a series of lively experiments.
It was lovely to see our trust schools partner up to share the fun.