From Primary 1 to Primary 7 including ESB 1 and 2, I think it is safe to say that the Edinburgh Science Festival was a huge hit! Take a look at all of the exciting, engaging and extraordinary activities!
Category: Primary 6 Blog
more science fun
2nd time lucky…
connection between mentos and diet coke –
Did you know:
The many small pores on the surface of the mento speed up the release of carbon dioxide (CO2) gas from the soda as they give a larger surface area for the reaction to occur over, causing foam to erupt at a super fast rate.
Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel!
Starting from Monday 20th until Friday 31st, Royal Mile Primary School will be participating in the Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel competition. This is a UK wide initiative to help all of us keep active and fit by walking, wheeling, scooting and cycling to school so that we reduce car journeys, improve air quality and help the environment. Research shows that the more active we are, the more alert and energised we will be – ready for our learning.
We hope all the children can work together to help the school win some fantastic prizes. Thank you in advance to all the parents who will be supporting us.
More information can be found on the Sustrans Big Walk and Wheel website where you can also see a full list of the prizes.
Let’s all get ready for some active journeys to school next week!
Science week fun in P6
Look how exciting
learning about the human body:
+ colours, water and paper towel as well as
coloured water celery and flowers:
connections between handwashing and growing mould:
connections between yeast and temperature:
Did you know:
What temperature should yeast be at C?
It’s important to note that, when mixing the yeast with water, the temperature shouldn’t be too high or it will kill the yeast. The optimum temperature is 38C/100F.
Connection between Coca-Cola and mentos spearmint:
We hope you come back soon to check out this year’s
YIPEEE science week
with an amazing trip to
for more experiments in class! 🙂