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Stradbroke pupils appear on BBC’s Springwatch Unsprung



(Still Images from BBC I-Player)

On Tuesday 14th June, a group of 13 Stradbroke High…

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Added by Science Department on June 15, 2016 at 15:30 — No Comments

Year 5 Science and PE Day

56 pupils from our feeder primary schools spent the morning with the Science and PE department burning food, measuring their fitness and investigating the behaviour of light. They used Science equipment they had not used or seen before and went away buzzing with enthusiasm after their experience.

It was great to meet our prospective pupils, all of whom were polite and followed instructions well. It is great that so many of them are budding scientists.

Added by Science Department on May 5, 2016 at 15:18 — No Comments

A big thank you to FOSH

FOSH gave the science department some money to buy components to improve the teaching and learning of electrical circuits. Year 7 used this equipment for the first time in January and it worked brilliantly. Thank you to FOSH for their fantastic fundraising.…

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Added by Science Department on January 13, 2016 at 11:50 — No Comments

Year 11 Triple Biology Homework

Hi,

If you are having problems accessing the resources for the work on behaviour I set for the holidays, there is a folder in the shared area called Biology and within this there is a folder called B3; the sheets are in there as well.

Hope you are all having a super holiday.

Mrs Reed

Added by Science Department on December 30, 2015 at 11:09 — No Comments

Year 11 try this! Click this link to see if you can access some past exam papers for revision for mock exams: March 2012 Higher Paper B2

Year 11 try this! Click this link to see if you can access some past exam papers for revision for mock exams:

March 2012 Higher Paper B2

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Added by Science Department on October 19, 2015 at 9:51 — No Comments

Royal Institution Christmas Science Lectures

On the 11th December 2014 we took 12 pupils from years 7-11 to London to watch the filming of this year's lectures entitled "How to Hack Your Home". Our pupils had their photos taken and they were broadcast on a large screen in Piccadilly Circus during the performance. We learned about an LED screen works and how Raspberry Pi computers can be used to film a scene from the Matrix film. The Shell building in London was turned into a video game screen and a member of the audience played…

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Added by Science Department on January 9, 2015 at 10:09 — No Comments

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