Science week is a yearly event that Alexandra Park School takes part in every year. It is a great opportunity for students to learn about science whilst having fun too.
There were many events throughout the week, of which some I was able to take pictures of.
Monday - 'Minibeasts'
In this activity, we were investigating the effects of alcohol, caffeine and glucose on water fleas. It was very interesting as you could see the microscopic life forms very clearly through the microscope, and the results were very interesting.
Tuesday - Chemistry special
In the chemistry special, we did two activities. The first was growing a chemical garden. To do this we dropped different substances intto a clear substance and they grew into fascinating formations right before our eyes. The second activity was called 'rainbow titration'. By pouring different substances into the tube, an amazing rainbow slowly formed.