Let’s celebrate Science again this year! This project which took place throughout the week (from April 26th to 30th) involved all the students from Petite section to 6e. The children were able to participate in many activities. For example, each day they were able to carry out experiments such as the lava lamp, the bouncing egg, the magic milk, etc. It was an opportunity for them to discover scientific concepts such as laminar flow, capillarity, etc.

This Science Week was also highlighted by presentations from cycle 3 students in the cycle 1 and 2 classes, as well as from parents to explain their scientific job, and from the school library. The students were also asked to make things for an exhibit that ended this week. As you can see, the children actively participated in the project! Well done to them!