The pupils at St Martin’s Garden Primary School in Bath rounded off a week of science studies with an impressive science fair. The fair allowed the children a great opportunity to showcase their work, with parents, carers and special guests invited along to take part.
Among the subjects covered by the children was music making, how bug hotels can help to save the bee population, renewable energy, pollution and initiatives to stop plastic pollution.
Each of the projects included displays and demonstrations by the children, all of whom showed a remarkable degree of knowledge on their chosen subjects.
The fair was completed with the children receiving prizes and certificates to celebrate both the projects and the posters they had designed to promote the science week.