St Andrew's Church of England Primary School An intelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics)

Engineering project for our summer term.

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Create learning experience

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Sam and Mrs Stanley-Wainwright return to the classroom

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We are really excited to have been part of some fantastic training at Derby University. We can not wait to start our engineering project in school.

Thanks Jack Brown!

Kingfisher class designed and made Roman buildings.

The Fizzy Pop Fountain

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Coke, Mentos, Dr Pepper and Tic Tacs Eruption (also known as a soda geyser) is a reaction between the carbonated beverages. They cause the beverage to expel from its container. The mints catalyse the release of gas from the beverage, which creates an eruption that pushes most of the liquid up and out of the bottle.

Science Experiment - 'Endothermic Reaction'

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Lockdown Science & Engineering

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Have you got a science set at home?

Don't worry if you haven't, there are loads of experiments you can do using things from around your home.

We are going to use this space to highlight Stanley St. Andrew's super scientists.

Send in photographs and videos of your amazing science and engineering experiments.  Don't forget to write up your experiment so that we can all understand what you are doing.


Don't forget: science can be dangerous. 

Get permission and help from your adults before doing any experiments.



Engineering project, build a tower to support a basketball 30cm above ground, using only newspaper and masking tape.

Task: To design and build a house that could with stand flooding! 

The two activities were: 

Electrical circuits and to make a  parabolic curve

Our champion coder, Barry, what super news.

Robins' enjoyed the snail game set. The snail game focused on predictability and adding two numbers together. The children had two dice and numbers 1 -12 on a sheet and asked which number do they think will appear the most. The children then had to roll the dice and add the numbers together, then move the snail that was on that number. The children found and discusses that "1 could not be made as the two lowest numbers were 1 and so 1+1= 2 so the smallest number we can make is 2." This was a fantastic activity that the children enjoyed and learnt a lot about numbers.