We are very pleased to announce that The Forest School and Millais have created a wonderful pack of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) activities which are suitable for primary school children. (Some of the activities might be slightly more suitable for the older children, but everyone is welcome to take part and have a go with parental support).
Please read the Parent Support Sheet – which explains how these activities work. Some of the activities are also being run as competitions. We will hand out the certificates when the children return in September. Any current year 6 children will have their certificate emailed to their parents in September.
Please send your work and photographs to your child’s class teacher at the class email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) or to email@example.com by the end of Thursday 16th July 2020. To enter any of the competitions – please email The Forest School directly. The competition activities also count towards your certificates.
You are very welcome to complete any of the activities after this date – they will remain on the school website over the Summer holidays.
We would like to thank Dr England (Forest) and Mr Holmes (Millais) for providing us with these wonderful activities.
Biodiversity: Population studies
Please note -the second video is accessed via a link on the information page.
Making and testing glue
Please note that the children do not actually use actual glue in this experiment.
Recycle that sound
STEM in the News
The next set of activities are under the section ‘Kitchen Sink Experiments’ on the parent support sheet.
Fireworks in a Glass
Fun with Density
Picking up an ice cube
Awe and wonder: clean pennies
Soap bubble prints
Fruity sweet colour mixing