During the last weeks of October, our students participated in a very interesting Science Workshop.
As Halloween was getting near, they had fun while they learned the Science behind the experiments.
Students left a bloody handprint after wetting their hands in a transparent solution and placing it on paper which was previously treated with a pH indicator.
They also created vampire veins using a liquid polymer which changes its properties and becomes solid when poured into a special solution.
They prepared a magic potion using liquids of different densities and effervescent tabs; and last but not least, our Norbridge Primary students made flourescent slime!