Miss Carter: March 2015
What a fantastic way to end our exciting week full of Science for National Science Week! Tomorrow morning the whole school hope to view the Solar Eclipse via the live stream on YouTube from Brine Leas High School, thanks to their skilled staff and fabulous equipment. I know the children at Wrenbury are very excited to witness such a rare scientific natural event so stand by for pictures and feedback from the children on here very soon.
Also keep your eyes peeled in school for a display showcasing all the fantastic Science that has been taking place in every Base throughout this whole week- we really do have some budding, exploring and investigative little minds at Wrenbury School!
Please all stay safe for the eclipse- never look directly at the sun with a naked eye- it can cause severe injury to our eyes.
Enjoy Science in action!
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