We are delighted to have been awarded joint first place in this year’s Henley Environmental Science Competition!
Congratulations to all the children who worked so hard on their science projects this term, the judges were very impressed by their depth of knowledge, and creative solutions to issues such as oil spills.
The older children have enjoyed finding out more about quite complex issues such as how electric vehicle charging stations work, and designing their own. The younger year groups have learned about topics including pollination, the design of nature reserves and oil pollution in the marine environment. The children have also shared their observations on how their local environment has changed during lockdown, and their own hands on experiences of getting involved in growing their own fruit and vegetables.
The children have been invited to visit the Mayor of Henley, and we will look forward to sharing our trophy with joint winners Rupert House School.
We are looking forward to the tree planting ceremony later in the year!