In celebration of World Science Day for Peace and Development, our Primary students came to school dressed as Scientists.
This year’s celebration highlights the significant role of science in society and the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives.
Science is important in our lives because it helps us to understand the world better. We use science daily from cooking and eating, to breathing and playing. Without science, we would not have a mobile phone, cars, the internet, or even hand cream.
At Reach British School we make our curriculum fun and interesting by creating lessons that have practical activities which our students love. Students come into the science lab, are given short instructions, and then spend the rest of the hour discovering, exploring, and learning with hands-on resources. Students use electricity kits to explore circuits, Virtuali-tee, and the iPad to explore the human body to see how organs work, and mini-greenhouses to observe the growth of plants.
“I love how students are so creative with their costumes and how they are loving Science and our amazing experiments. I love Science and enjoy teaching it because it is all around us. I love to explore, discover and create. I love learning how things work and how they can be improved. I love experiments and investigations and having ‘aha’ moments,” said Ms. Kerri, our KS2 Science Specialist.
To find out more about our innovative STEAM Curriculum at Reach British School click here