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Science class about particles

04 October 2018

Students in Year 7 have been studying the topic 'Particles'. They have been learning about the different states of matter and the properties that make up solids, liquids and gases.

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Some substances don't always fit into one category and students were challenged to try to make non-Newtonian fluid (or oobleck as it is more commonly known) in their lesson.

Above you can see pictures and a short film of the results of Year 7 students' great efforts - they had a lot of fun investigating this liquid that behaves like a solid when high force is applied. 

Nikki Uhure
Teacher of Science & Biology