Gillespie news: Science Spectacular


(not actual stage!)

On the 14th March we are hosting a Science Spectacular at Gillespie. There will be a handful of special guests helping us to answer a question about space. It begins at 5.30pm, when you can come to explore what we’ve been doing lately in the lab and hold special mystery objects.


There will be rockets in the show, similar to but not exactly like this one!

The show starts at 6pm, when everybody settles down to enjoy and listen to our spectacular science performance. It will be humorous, there will be cheesy jokes, inventions, rockets, investigations and comets. Expect it to be a VIP (Very Important Performance… or a VVIP, a Very Very Important Performance).

We don’t want to say too much because you will just be sitting at home reading this blog, and instead you should come and enjoy the show. If you can’t make it, look out for our next blog. There will be lots of information and pictures. It will be just like you were there (but not literally).

Written by Kiri (Y5) and Choi ying (Y6)

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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