A class of Year 7 students have been putting their newly-learnt Crime Scene Investigation skills to the test. At the murder scene the students had to observe the evidence in front of them and ask the witness various questions. The witness was able to give an overview of the events leading up to the murder.
Our usually very smartly-dressed students donned sun hats and glasses to perform an experiment in Science. They were testing the effectiveness of various strengths of suncream in blocking ultra-violet light. They wrote this report themselves:
Here are our Y12 chemistry students analysing an acid solution using a technique called titration. The challenge here is to work out what the mystery acid is and its concentration. Using Sodium Hydroxide of a known concentration and using a Phenol Phthalein (yes that is spelt correctly) indicator, we see the class looking to neutralise the acid solution the true identity of which is only known to Mr Hoyle, their teacher.
Last Thursday our rugby teams at all levels played Pool Academy There were a mixture of wins and losses but all our pitches were buzzing with activity and sporting endeavour.