Pupils Enjoy School Science Day

PUBLISHED: 10:02 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:49 04 May 2010

PUPILS at Littleport Primary School were treated to a day experimenting with water as a part of a special science day. Pupils in all years spent the day learning about the different properties of water and how they can be changed and manipulated, often wi

PUPILS at Littleport Primary School were treated to a day experimenting with water as a part of a special science day.

Pupils in all years spent the day learning about the different properties of water and how they can be changed and manipulated, often with spectacularly messy results.

As well as changing water from solids to liquids with little more than a touch, pupils also had the opportunity to dangle bottles of water over teacher's heads to show how they could defy gravity.

Class 2G Teacher Mr Godfrey, said: "It was great fun for the kids who all enjoyed getting involved with the experiments and getting really messy as well.


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