“Best science lesson ever!”
From Sian who attended a school workshop in Stowmarket Library
“The children were so engaged and the Kinetic team really enthusiastic that Space and Planets were subjects that they needed to more about. We have now been working on “the Universe” all week and they have learnt so much. A fantastic introduction to the topic and I’ve learnt more too!”
Anonymous – Teacher at a Primary school based in Ipswich, Suffolk
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Did you know…that Greek Astronomer Eratosthenes was the first person to try and measure the size of the earth?
Spoiler! The Earth is 40,075 km in circumference!
Autumn is well on its way which can only mean…colder weather!! But did you ever wonder if it gets cold in the Desert??
Well the Gobi Desert in Asia is covered in rock and the temperature can drop below FREEZING during the winter period!
Google is celebrating the work of Dr. Harold Moody today. Alongside his well respected medical work, he was also a passionate campaigner for racial equality 👏👏👏
#GoogleDoodle #science #hero
There are over 3,000 types of mosquitoes and Malaria is found in over 100 countries, but mostly in tropical areas.
If you go travelling, it’s important to find out if your destination is a malaria risk area so you can prepare!
Yesterday it was World Mosquito Day
In 1897, Sir Ronald Ross discovered that female mosquitos transmit the malaria parasite to humans