Experimental learning at Hazelwood

Prof. Dudley Shallcross (back left), Jim McDaid (science teacher), KS1 winner Makayla Weir (Why are roads salted in icy weather?) and KS2 & overall shield winner Sam McClelland (Can I grow my own bacteria?) INNT 25-518CON
Prof. Dudley Shallcross (back left), Jim McDaid (science teacher), KS1 winner Makayla Weir (Why are roads salted in icy weather?) and KS2 & overall shield winner Sam McClelland (Can I grow my own bacteria?) INNT 25-518CON
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Professor Dudley Shallcross (back left) from Bristol University was guest of honour at Hazelwood Integrated Primary School’s recent Science Week awards presentation.

He and science teacher Jim McDaid are pictured with Makayla Weir, who won the KS1 prize for her project ‘Why are roads salted in icy weather?’ and KS2 winner and overall shield recipient Sam McClelland, who impressed the judges with his project entitled ‘Can I grow my own bacteria?’