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STEM event and Glasgow Clyde College

We were very lucky to have the opportunity to attend a STEM event last week. At this event we had the chance to meet people who have jobs and careers in these subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and heard all about their journeys. Glasgow Clyde college had arranged some great workshops and we had a chance to attend 3. These workshops included:

Hydrogen Fuel cells – having a chance to see how these work and creating a circuit to make a fan go on.

Robots – getting to see behind the scenes on how to program a robot.

Apps – Alexander and Scott had the chance to make their own game, which was a version of the famous ‘Flappy Bird’.

Brick Layering and weaving.

During our lunch break we also had the chance to meet different exhibitors and ask them questions about their jobs and organisations. By the end of it we learnt that there are so many options out there for future job prospects, jobs we had never even thought about.


Scott, Alexander, Beth, Cayla, Abigail and Ruby.


Genetics with Dr Gibson!

Primary 7 were very lucky to experience a science lesson delivered by Dr Gibson from Eastwood High School. She came to our class to teach us about genetics and inheritance. We looked at how genes are passed down from parents to children. Dr Gibson taught us about chromosomes and we created our own dragon with different characteristics.

♥”This was the best science lesson ever!”♥ – Max Wengel

Primary 7 have lots more exciting science lessons to look forward to in Eastwood High School!


In Science we are learning about characteristics and inheritance. We were given pictures of random people and we had to put them into families due to their characteristics. We got to design our own creatures, we would draw a female a male and their offspring.    By Adam and Jodydsc00001 dsc00003 dsc00007 dsc00004


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