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Cullen Bullen Science Day

Thursday 28 May was an exciting day for staff and students from Cullen Bullen, Capertee and Hampton Public Schools. Science Lecturers and Teachers from Charles Sturt University Bathurst conducted a series of workshops and experiments with the students. It was a great day of interaction and scientific exploration as the students learnt about water rockets, cyclones, bridges, planes, liquids and solids, looked at creepy crawlies through a digital microscope and even got to look at the sun through a telescope.

Science Day was a great learning experience for students who were very excited to share their favourite activities with friends. Students even got to take home a “lava lamp” and “slime” which they made on the day.

Students in years K-6 are now looking forward to their next unit of study on Dinosaurs in conjunction with the latest delivery from “Museum in a Box” – an initiative of the Australian Museum.

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