There was an excited buzz around the school on Wednesday for Science Day! The children were involved in a range of activities on the day including observing plant life in local areas (Years 2 & 5) and planning their own investigations.  Reception and Year 1 investigated the five senses and Year 3 had great fun making and throwing paper aeroplanes.  Years 2 & 6 planned and conducted a range of investigations and Year 4 used marble chips and a variety of drinks to learn about tooth decay.  Great investigating, everyone!  At the end of the day we were treated to an assembly from George McGavin, a renowned entomologist, who explained all about the importance of insects in our world.  Do try to watch his latest documentary on BBC catch up - Oak Tree - Nature's Greatest Survivor.