Testing time for youngsters in science lab

There were even more exciting experiments than usual going on  in the Science Department at Rasen's De Aston School, as Year 6 pupils from 15 different local primary schools spent the day expanding their knowledge of the subject. 'Burning food, timing how long a candle could burn for in a jar, testing household products  to see if they were acid or alkali and creating circuits with bulbs and buzzers were just some of activities the youngsters enjoyed completing.' The day was part of the on-going primary school activities programme hosted by the school.'For more information on forthcoming events, contact the school on 01673 843415.

There were even more exciting experiments than usual going on in the Science Department at Rasen's De Aston School, as Year 6 pupils from 15 different local primary schools spent the day expanding their knowledge of the subject. 'Burning food, timing how long a candle could burn for in a jar, testing household products to see if they were acid or alkali and creating circuits with bulbs and buzzers were just some of activities the youngsters enjoyed completing.' The day was part of the on-going primary school activities programme hosted by the school.'For more information on forthcoming events, contact the school on 01673 843415.

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There were even more exciting experiments than usual going on in the Science Department at Rasen’s De Aston School, as Year 6 pupils from 15 different local primary schools spent the day expanding their knowledge of the subject.

Burning food, timing how long a candle could burn for in a jar, testing household products to see if they were acid or alkali and creating circuits with bulbs and buzzers were just some of activities the youngsters enjoyed completing.

The day was part of the on-going primary school activities programme hosted by the school.

For more information on forthcoming events, contact the school on 01673 843415.