Success in Science for the Magnificent Seven!

Clutton Primary School are extremely proud of the seven children from Key Stage 2, who took part in the Bishop Heber Science Fair on Monday 14th March.

The children had worked incredibly hard to produce team and individual projects based on the theme of ‘Growth’. From investigating the length of fingernails to the life cycle of a butterfly, and the growth of plants and volcanoes. Their detailed projects, which included a range of scientific inquiries, were creatively presented  and received with interest and curiosity. 

All the entries were absolutely fantastic and after scrutiny by a panel of judges, the children were presented with a certificate for participating in this event. Huge congratulations go to Elisha Heyes who won the Year 5 section  with her study about the effect of the weather on the growth of her chickens and their egg productivity. This is the second win for Elisha and her chickens  at the Science Fair and is an “eggcellent” example of scientific achievement.  Well done to you all!