Gillespie visit to Lab 13 at Irchester

On 13th July 2013, the Lab 13 committee at Gillespie visited the Lab 13 at Irchester Primary School. What an inspiring day! We were made to feel incredibly welcome and participated in some great experiments so we got a feel for what it is like to be one of the many budding scientists at the school.

We were so inspired by the Lab 13 at Irchester that we have made our own online notice board to help us steal some of their ideas! Take a look:

http://pinterest.com/sheleliza/lab-13/

We would like to send a massive thank you to Jennifer and the staff at Irchester for such a great day. IMG_2151 IMG_2092 IMG_2093 IMG_2094 IMG_2095 IMG_2097 IMG_2101 IMG_2103 IMG_2122 IMG_2135 IMG_2136 IMG_2140 IMG_2141 IMG_2143 IMG_2145 IMG_2149

Gillespie Lab 13 update: We are excited to announce that after much hard work by our wonderful parents and funding from our local area, Gillespie have been awarded a grant that means we can appoint our very own scientist! We will be advertising ASAP so watch this space!

About lab13network

Lab_13 is a space in a school managed by pupils for pupils to conduct their own research and experiments driven by their curiosity, imagination and enthusiasm, and under the watchful supervision of a Scientist in Residence (not a teacher!!).
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One Response to Gillespie visit to Lab 13 at Irchester

  1. lab13network says:

    How exciting to be getting your own scientist soon! Good luck we hope you find someone brilliant! We are very glad you enjoyed your trip to Lab_13 Irchester and look forward to visiting you once you are up and running!
    From Lab_13 Irchester MT

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