Gillespie news: super science video club

Super Science Video Club

You don’t really get to watch TV in school, do you? Well we get to – with our new Super Science Video Club (SSVC)!


A very old TV (from 1946 – we won’t be watching science videos on this!)

If you want to come, you put your name down on a list. You then get to have an early lunch and come up to Lab_13. Our first video / film / TV series will be David Attenborough’s Planet Earth II. The purpose of this club is for all children to have the opportunity to see the latest and best educational and science-associated TV and films.

Zac’s Review of Planet Earth II episode 1

David Attenborough has grown a little bit older but is still doing a lot of filming. It is 100% worth watching because you get to see all these animals that haven’t properly been explored before. My favourite animal is the red crab because sadly little ants irritate the crabs’ eyes by squirting acid in them which causes the crab to go blind, but the other crabs still march on bravely. It’s amazing how David Attenborough, although quite old, goes to all these places with no fear.


The crabs bravely marching on

Written by Zac (Y5)

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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