Students explore space for Science Week

Back: Kai Walther, Alice Douglas and Sebastian Vally. Front: Cooper Uren and Alyssa Pridham. Picture: David Baylis d495082
Back: Kai Walther, Alice Douglas and Sebastian Vally. Front: Cooper Uren and Alyssa Pridham. Picture: David Baylis d495082

A GIANT space shuttle has landed in a pre-primary classroom as part of National Science Week celebrations at Currambine Primary School.

Back: Kai Walther, Alice Douglas and Sebastian Vally. Front: Cooper Uren and Alyssa Pridham. Picture: David Baylis

Running from August 10-18, this year’s theme is Destination Moon with the school running various activities to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

Brett Cobbledick and Lois Press posting letters to the astronauts at NASA. Picture: David Baylis

These include students writing letters or drawing pictures to be sent to NASA astronauts, a scavenger hunt, quiz, making rockets with a competition for best working, most creative and people’s choice, and a lunchtime screening of a space documentary.

The students have been completing science activities in class. Picture: David Baylis