Welcome to Sacred Heart RCP School blog!

our blogOur new blog will be updated regularly with information about school events, examples of children’s learning and also additional work and support for children at home.

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3 Responses to Welcome to Sacred Heart RCP School blog!

  1. 146c2010 says:

    STEM club week 4.
    This week, at STEM club we made slime.
    We put some glue into a small container. Then we slowly added Almat non-bio or you can use non-bio laundry gels.Then you have to stir it in until it becomes a lumpy mixture, stir it some more and then you have some slime. The first time we didn’t succeed since we used Bio gel. But then we succeeded because we used Non-bio gel. Slowly (if you add it in teaspoons) it should work. If at first you don’t succeed, try again.
    Let us know your results if you try this project.

  2. 146c2010 says:

    Demo day!
    We showed of some science experiments to some headteachers of other schools. For Peter and Sylvie’s experiment they stabbed pencils into a sandwich bag full of water. Without any water falling out!
    They used:
    *A freezer bag
    *Pencils
    *A jug of water
    Basically they filled the bag up with water with water and stabbed it with pencils. Because their was water in the bag it created a suction around the pencil so that the water doesn’t come out. But then when we took the pencils out of the bag, the water started to trickle out because there wasn’t the pencils to create suction around them.

  3. 146c2010 says:

    On demo day, Emma&Roxy demonstrated blobs in a bottle to headteachers at SSAT. Blobs in a bottle is exactly like lava lamps. We did this by: filling 1/3 of a bottle with oil, adding double the amount of water, next we added food dye(red), then added alka seltzer and waited for the affect. The alka seltzer caused a chemical reaction which made it bubble.

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