Today four children from Class 3 went to Pitsford School to participate in the Science Olympics 2019. They took part in many activities and challenges including making slime, seeing who could blow the biggest bubble, flame colour experiments and an egg drop competition. The final event was the Rocket Challenge. The children had to make a rocket from a plastic bottle with the aim of launching it and making it travel as far as possible. Their rocket travelled an amazing 62 metres which was a Science Olympics record. No only did they come first our of eight schools, staff at the host school gave them and extra point for their beautiful manners. They were a real credit to the school and we are extremely proud of them. Well done to them all.