Our geology lessons are coming to an end soon as we’re getting ready for the exams. This week one of our class brought in these brilliant things for us to look at. We’ve really caught the geology bug and will be sorry when our course ends.
Our bushcraft day was so popular that we had to run it twice! Thanks to Emma at the Coity Walia Biodiversity Enhancement project and the staff at Cwm Tawel, our group had two amazing days of fun. From building camp fires and cooking over them to making clay faces and wood cookies, we had a...
….was bracing! Our geology group went to Sully and Dunraven Bay on our first field trip and we found fossils and dinosaur footprints, as well as lots of rocks in the wild! It was very cold but a pub lunch warmed us up and the sunset was worth the trip.
Our budding engineers managed to successfully build strong bridges to support the intrepid eggs on their journeys from chair to chair…. No eggs were harmed in this science project! Eggcellent.
The 11th of March will be Bushcraft Day we will be celebrating/completing the John Muir Award by having a trip to Coity Walia Common with Cwm Tawel
A lady is coming to vist us about the science programme starting 29th January. We will be doing fornightly experiments.