On Friday 15 March, RGS Springfield held their first School Science Fair, to conclude a week of fabulous Science activities, in celebration of British Science Week.
With a strong focus on environmental issues around the globe, the children were tasked with choosing a current environmental problem that they felt passionately about. They then had to choose a role, either that of an Educator, to educate visitors on the problem, or Inventor to invent something that would help alleviate the problem. The Science Fair competition was open to all children from Reception to Year Six and there were some fabulous entries! The competition was judged by Science teachers from RGS Worcester Senior School and they were impressed with the standard of entries and the children’s knowledge.
Each child received a medal for participating and the winner from each year group, received a science kit, to continue their science learning at home. It was lovely to see the children so enthused about their subject and the School hall brimming with parents and visitors, all excited to view the projects!
Headmistress, Laura Brown said: “I am so proud of the hard work and enthusiasm shown by all the children who entered. They were knowledgeable and enthusiastic about their projects, showing great team work and creative flair, as well as real understanding of some of the environmental issues faced by the world today.”