This week most of our classes visited the 'Who am I' exhibition at the Science Museum. This exhibit, which reflects on the big questions that new techniques in science are raising, and explores how your genetics and brain combine to create your unique identity. This was a very exciting and interactive experience for all the students.
The display is very entertaining and helps the children to learn about these ongoing scientific issues in a creative and fun way.
As always, the worksheets they get from their teacher help them to understand the themes the exhibition deals with.
If needed, the teachers are there to help explore the subjects..
It is good to take some notes as well...
...and to think about what you just had seen.
The displays might look like computer games but they are not.
It is always a good chance for the students to discuss what they've seen...
Other groups went to the exhibition about transportation, space and the modern world.
As always, it was good to have some rest before we go back to our school!