The appliance of science at Cherwell School fair

thisisoxfordshire: Cherwell School pupils, from left, Rose Statford, 12, Molly Taylor and Lucy Honey, both 11, with their models of the planets             Picture: OX66015 Jon Lewis Buy this photo Cherwell School pupils, from left, Rose Statford, 12, Molly Taylor and Lucy Honey, both 11, with their models of the planets Picture: OX66015 Jon Lewis

THIS year’s Cherwell School science fair was out of this world.

A total of 150 year nine students at the school in Marston Ferry Road, Oxford, learnt about astronomy, chemistry, biology, physics and more at the annual fair.

Lucy Honey, 11, said: “It was fun to do and I learned a lot from the research we did.”

Molly Taylor, 11, said: “It was good to visit each bit and see what other people had been doing.”

Students investigated or made a model representing an aspect of science which interested them.

Science enrichment coordinator, Rachel Ott said: “The quality of the work they produce seems to be increasing year on year.”

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