Investigate Thursdays - What makes bread rise? For this week's 'Investigate Thursday', we're going to look at what makes bread rise! To set up the experiment, you will need: - a small bottle which holds about a litre - 300ml warm water - a glove or a balloon - an elastic band -
Let's Create Tuesday - What does your street look like? For this week's Let's Create Tuesday, let's take some time to celebrate the places that have kept us safe recently - our homes! I used some magazines, leaflets and even part of a cereal box to make a colourful picture of my street.
Investigate Thursdays - Lava Lamps For this week's Investigate Thursday, I decided to make a lava lamp. To do this at home, you will need: - a clear container such as a jar, plastic bottle or glass - cooking oil - water - effervescent tablets such as Alka-Seltzer, Berocca or fizzy vitamin C
We're Well Wednesday - Traffic Light Ice Lollies This week we’re making Traffic Light Ice Lollies! Make these healthy treats perfect for a hot summers day and share with us how you got on! Visit our Facebook page for the recipe and a tutorial.
Let's Create Tuesdays - Can you make your own zoo? Follow along with the video for making your favourite animals out of toilet roll tubes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NRBJR7-aGQ&feature=youtu.be Check out the photos of some we have tried.
Rainbow art piece featured at Piccadilly Circus Fantastic News! - One of our members of staff created a rainbow painting to honour the efforts of NHS staff and Key Workers. We joined in with the 'Chase the Rainbow' campaign with hopes to inspire the young people we work with to create their own and
Let's Create Tuesday - Acrostic Poem Can you use your name to find words that describe yourself? Here is an example of what it could look like - My name is Olivia. We would love to see your unique acrostic poems - remember to share them with us on our Facebook page.
Wax Lyrical Mondays - Dear Planet Earth, Our volunteer Lizzie Adeniken wrote a 'letter to the Earth' which fit perfectly with Volunteers Coordinator, Stella Simbo's video. Dear Planet Earth, We have made you poorly. We are directly responsible for the loss of land mass in recent years and we have depleted you of your supply of fresh
Investigate Thursdays - Question Creator Being a great scientist is all about asking questions. To investigate the world around us, we can start by being curious and coming up with some questions about the things we see. You can start with just one question or think of loads of questions! If you need