Or perhaps you would like to learn how to write secret messages using invisible ink?
How about finding out how you can make a balloon blow up all by itself?
Well Cathedral School’s new Science Club is the place for you. Starting after half term; it is going to be an exciting opportunity to perform some fun scientific experiments at lunchtime.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of joining our new club is write a short message stating what part of science you find most interesting or exciting and why you would like to join Science Club.
“Science Club – unravelling the mysteries of science”
Calling All Scientists!
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I would like to join the science club because I love science and I would love to do all the exciting things. I hope that I can join the science club!
Science is really amazing because it explains almost everything. There’s no end to it and that is unbelievably amazing! I also love doing experiments; they’re really fun and I learn loads! I’d like to join Science Club because it will be great for me to learn more and explore the technically ‘endless’ depths!
I think it would be good if I went to this science club because when I’m older, I might be a scientist or do science related things so it would be good if I started thinking about that now so I can develop on it.
The reason I’d like to be Science Club is because I have a passion for science I’ve been doing it for along time. Also I really want to uncover some of these mysteries. I want to be a scientist!
I would like to in science club because I think it will be a new experience for me; not only the invisible ink!I hope I get in, thanks.
I really want to be in the science club because science is my favourite subject. I personally think this will make me excel in my science knowledge.
I want science to be my strongest subject so I will be very overjoyed if I am able to join the science club.
I find the most interesting part is making rockets blast off
I have an huge interest in science. When I am older I would like to be a scientist. I love reading science books and enjoy it when we visit the Science Museum. At home we have done some fun experiments so I can learn more about science. For example:
1. Seeing how particles move in water (we put dye in the bath and saw how it moved around)
2. How water travels up a stem (putting dye in water and then we saw the coloured water go up the celery)
Some of my favourite birthday gifts have been the science ones. For example:
1. Making a volcano by mixing chemicals – and wearing goggles! – and seeing how it erupts
2. Making a butterfly model and making it move by using power from the sun (solar)
3. Making a clock work with potatoes because the liquid in the potato transmits electricity
I want to go to science club because:
– I will enjoy learning from the experiments we would do
– I would like to know more about science
– It would be nice if I could learn science with some other Cathedral school members
I would like to be in science club because I love mixing up potions and experimenting.
I really want to be in the science club because science is one of my favourite subjects.
As this will be a science club, this will help my knowledge of science to excel rapidly. It would be a great honour to join the club, so if I am able to, I will be over the moon!
Science is a fun lesson because you can experiment on anything and make the most weirdest and most wonderful things ever.
I think making invisible ink sounds really exciting plus i adore experiments!
I would like to join this club because I am very interested in science.
I do a lot of different experiments and make sure they are fair tested.
If I had to take care of a plant, I would water it every day and make sure that it gets the right amount of water each day.
I make sure I do every thing carefully especially if it was a rocket or invisible ink.
I also really like science because I like finding out what will happen next.
Please have a really good think about this and I really hope that I get in.
This was a great opportunity!
I would like to join science club because I am curious to see how things work.The most exciting thing about science is testing out your experiment.