Introducing the new Lab_13 Irchester Committee

Our new introduction blogs are a bit delayed this term, because we’ve been so busy collecting batteries and preparing to entertain everyone at the Macmillan Coffee morning: more on that soon! But we’re here now, to tell you a bit about our four newest members:

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Hello, my name is Poppy. I like drawing anime pictures in my spare time, an anime picture is a cartoon character. My favourite school subjects are maths and science, in which I enjoy everything. I wanted to be on the committee because I like the stick insects and snails and I also want to learn more about science. So far, I have enjoyed everything I have been assigned to do. I’ve been given the jobs of cleaning out the Stick Insects and snails and lunch lab on a Friday with Dulcie. I love lab_13 so far and I’m sure I will learn a lot more. 🙂

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My name is Nyah. I wanted to join Lab_13 because I like science and animals. In my spare time I like to go outside and sketch some things I can see like trees or birds. My favourite subject is art. I think resources will be my favourite job in Lab_13 because I like sorting out things. I also like gymnastics and sometimes I have swimming lessons at the swimming centre. I like painting, cooking and testing out science experiments.

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Hi, my name is Fintan. I like science because my Dad is a scientist that works in a company that is worldwide: he works on drinks and food.

I like to play football, my position is winger.  I also play Minecraft and Fifa on my Nintendo switch, and I like reading the Belgariad: a book series. My favourite subjects are maths, science and doing the daily mile.

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My name is Noah. I wanted to be in the committee because I like science, and to make other people enjoy science.

My hobbies include football and playing Xbox. My favourite subjects in school are: maths, English, science and PE. I am excited to go on trips with the committee.

 

 

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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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