The Grove Imagineers STEM Activities

Students at The Grove are taking part in the National Schools’ Observatory Official STEM Club which is something new launched this year. The NSO has both primary and secondary resources which are structured as bronze, silver and gold awards for students to work through. Each award has a six week workbook and the children receive a certificate at the end of each one from the National Schools’ Observatory. The NSO is run completely free of charge for schools across Britain and gives both students and staff access to the Liverpool Telescope which is the world’s largest fully robotic telescope situated at the Teide Observatory in Tenerife. On Thursday 23rd January The Grove Imagineers Club invited students from Market Drayton Junior School and Longlands Community Primary School to take part in the STEM activities. The Year 3 – 6 pupils will visit The Grove every Thursday to complete the awards with the help of The Grove Imagineers.


Posted by marchesadmin on 29th January 2020, under Uncategorised

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