A thoroughly enjoyable trip to the Science museum opened our eyes to the wonders of agriculture, buildings and electricity. Some highlights of the trip were learning about earthquakes and the tremors they produce. The milking of a cow (a fake cow) and the construction of a building using blocks. The class also enjoyed a a show called bumps which taught the children how bumps transfer energy. We followed this up in class today and I’ve challenged the class to look out for bumps happening around them. The Science trip was a great opportunity to explore some scientific principles in more depth and in a hands on way. Hopefully it has helped stimulate the class’s passion for Science as this is incredibly important subject in our daily lives and our futures. The class were also an exemplary example for Shrewsbury School as they said hello to other students as they toured the museum.