British Science Week is taking place at Sophia High School from Monday 8th to Friday 12th March this year. It will be the chance for our Sophia High students to put on their lab coats and become curious scientists!
Our students will be taking part in a wide range of activities from Moving Liquid Art, to Chromatography Flowers, to making A Microscopic Model of Blood.
Science Week will be a chance for them to put their critical thinking skills to the test. Each activity will allow for practical, hands-on, learning with the opportunity to discuss the ‘hows and whys’.
If you would like some ideas for activities to carry out at home with your children, the following link is a great resource: https://www.britishscienceweek.org/app/uploads/2021/01/BSQ_BSW_PACKS_1120_Primary_v14.pdf
There is also a poster competition on the British Science Week website. All information can be found by following the link below – https://www.britishscienceweek.org/plan-your-activities/poster-competition/.
We are looking forward to seeing our curious scientists’ work! Keep an eye on our Student Work page to see what they accomplish.
Curious about how Science Week went at Sophia High School? See our students’ work here.
How do we take our students Beyond the Curriculum at Sophia High School?
At Sophia High School, we believe in a future of education in which children are given the chance to be creative thinkers.
This involves offering them an array of opportunities to explore beyond the curriculum, led by our fully-qualified teachers who are dedicated to providing high-quality online schooling in a way that makes sense for the 21st century.