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Students Building Windmill

Science activity days October half term

Windmills and marble runs

Physics sounds like a difficult subject but really, it's happening all around us in everyday things. Join our multilingual science activity days and find out more about the conservation of energy, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy and consider the advantages and drawbacks of wind power. It sounds tricky but you can do it through making games, building structures and playing with different kinds of energy.

The activity days are October 24th—26th (choose one day) from 10am -2pm at 17, Broad Street, Bury BL9 0DA. The sessions are suitable for children aged 8-12 and are particularly aimed at children who are learning English as an additional language. 

Lunch will be provided and a celebration event for families will take place on Friday 27th

We will be building windmills and marble runs and investigating the science behind them.

Please book a place using the Word document below - download it, complete it and email it to . Places are limited and will be allocated on a first, come, first served basis.

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