Click on the link for more information https://www.britishscienceweek.org/
Promoted by the British Science Association, the annual British Science Week aims to celebrate all sciences and their importance in our everyday lives. It provides an opportunity for people of all ages across the UK to take part in science, engineering and technology events and activities.
This academic year has been very different for schools, so it will be a nice way to inject some fun into the week and relate it to all things innovation!
The theme of this year’s science week is “Innovating for the Future” so to kick off the week we are asking pupils to put on their thinking caps and experience innovation by coming up with machines that they would like to invent from readily available scrap or craft materials in school or at home.
We will also be encouraging pupils to come up with an acrostic poem for INNOVATION by asking them what comes to mind when they hear it. They could even turn their acrostic poem into a jingle or song that we can sing throughout the week to remember their ideas about innovation.
I have attached some activity packs provided through the British Science Week website that has some activities suitable for home learning.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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