Science is one of our favourite subjects in St. Margaret’s National School. Throughout the year classes are busy exploring, hypothesising and experimenting. We cover a variety of hands-on experiments based on the four strands of the curriculum.
- Living Things
- Energy and Forces
- Environmental Awareness and Care
Each class hosts a science assembly during the year and this provides an opportunity for children to showcase what they have been learning as well as teach others new and exciting science facts. This page showcases all the wonderful scientific work done in our school. Read on to learn about what we have been up to since the beginning of the year.
Dancing Worms Experiment The children enjoyed bringing gummy worms to “life” when they explored this simple chemical reaction. Using baking soda and vinegar, it’s simple to create carbon dioxide bubbles on candy worms. The bubbles make the yummy gummy creatures...
Visit to the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun The Rediscovery Centre is an accredited Discover Primary Science and Maths centre offering interactive and experiential workshops for primary, secondary, and third level which cover wide ranging environmental and STEM...
5th and 6th Class have been busy exploring various science topics and conducting many experiments!
Take a look at what the Junior and Senior Infants have been up to!