Monthly Archives: June 2014

Lab_13 Kids Conference 2014!

Today, Lab_13 Irchester hosted the Lab_13 Kids Conference. It was the first time ever that the management committee kids from all the Lab_13s met up at the same time! Management teams from Gillespie, Dovecote and Irchester joined together to share … Continue reading

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Year 2s discover Grendon ecology for John Muir Award!

Our Year 2s in Irchester also went on a science residential last week. Miss Hogan went with them to complete a range of science activities to explore the farmland and gardens of Grendon Hall. Using the ethos of the John … Continue reading

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Dirty Stinky Children go Shopping!

As we are still studying microbiology in school for our Dirty Stinky Children project we wanted to know how microbiology affects other people too. Did you know that Tesco Wellingborough lost £14,480 last week due to food going off? That … Continue reading

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Inspiring Girls into Science

One of the values of our school is fairness and we think that it is important that, if they are interested, girls are encouraged into science careers. Girls and women are not encouraged enough; here are some statistics to prove … Continue reading

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Citizen Science on our Residential to Wales

Recently, Year 6 went on a residential to Longtown which is located on the Black Mountains of Wales. As this was such a contrasting landscape and environment to what we are used to we decided to do some scientific experiments … Continue reading

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