On Friday 21st November pupils of St Thomas’ Primary took part in a Science Fun Day to promote and encourage interest in the areas of science and technology. The children were encouraged to come to school dressed as scientist with lab coats and goggles. The day began with an exciting Forces assembly where a visiting Physicist, Tom Clark, demonstrated some clever science experiments including floating eggs, balancing coke cans and air cannons! Throughout the day all the children took part in lots of different experiments and science activities including Spaghetti Challenge, Tie – Dyed Milk and Erupting Volcano experiments. The day finished off with another assembly where the children shared what they had done. The children can’t wait till the next Science day!