Monthly Archives: October 2016

Gillespie news: MIT, books and competition

Book Prize Continued… As we mentioned in the last blog we have decided our nomination for the winner of the Royal Society book prize. In the safe hands of our junior librarians (Zac and Kiri), the shortlisted books have been … Continue reading

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Gillespie news: Book Prize

The Royal Society Young Person’s Book Prize Each year the Royal Society invites children to judge six books chosen by adults. We needed to choose the best one for the competition. We had to select our favourite books and judge … Continue reading

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Irchester news: bringing Science to the Macmillan Coffee Morning!

At this year’s School Macmillan coffee morning, we got involved by bringing some of our experiments to the tables to share. They went well and all the parents really got involved with the science. We were entertaining the parents in … Continue reading

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Gillespie News: Spartathlon & Assembly

Spartathlon This week someone completed an amazing mindblowing run. His name is Darren and he ran 127 miles – that is almost five marathons. It was in extreme heat and very sandy. He did really well. He put all this … Continue reading

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Introducing Irchester’s New Committee

A new Year and four new committee members for the lab. This committee will have an extra special job, organising the Lab_13 Lectures in March! They are also the youngest committee we have during the year, as they were interviewed and … Continue reading

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