Science Enterprise Week 2009

Science Week 2009

5th – 9th October

 

 

Monday

 

9.00 am             Whole school Assembly

 

9.20 am            The Science of Sound – Neil Taylor / Sean Duffy. 

 

Rota of classes: Infant:               9.40 – 10.10 am

for Science Week         Middle: 10.10 – 11.20 am

Senior:              11.20 – 12.35 pm

 

 

                        Radiowaves

We intend to use digital literacy e.g. Digi-blue cameras & Radiowaves to record the science week events.  Pupils will then upload this information to our Radiowaves website for parents to share in their experience.

 

1.20 pm           Looking at Science through Art.

 

Tuesday

 

                        All classes will experience the following workshops in rotation:-

 

9.00 am            Robot Wars / Robot Cars with Bill Hutchison, Adam Smith College.

                       

9.30 am            The science of Food – looking at the affect nutrients on you.

 

1.20 pm           The Chemistry of Colours - Dr Naismith Primary 1 – 3

Primary 4 – 7

 

 

Wednesday

 

9.00 am -         Mark Clunie – Looking at sports science

 

1.20 pm           Where we are so far – pupils to feedback to each other on the week so far.

 

7.00 pm           Mr McEwan Short – An evening of herbal medicine. 

“We are made of earth, why choose herbal medicine?”

 

 

Thursday

 

Dundee Sensation to Visit the school. 

 

9.00 am            How to be a scientist?  Primary 1 – 3

 


 

11.00 am          Finger Prints - Primary 4 – 7

 

Sensation staff require six tables to be set out with six seats.

 

1.20 pm           David Imrie & Eric Knusson – Data logging.  Link bagpipe playing to the smartboard.  Primary 1 – 4

 

                        Forensic Workshop – Adam Smith College.  Primary 5 – 7

 

 


 

Friday

 

9.00 am            St Andrews University

Building space rockets:  Mike Johnston - all classes.

 

Secret Food safety mission – Tom Weanie – Senior Class

 

 

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