Our Work is Taken to Horseshoe Island in Antarctica as Part of our Ongoing Work on Climate Change!Children from Y1 to Year 6 have been taking part in a 'POLAR EXPLORER PROGRAMME' and working closely with STEM Ambassadors. Part of this ongoing work has been work creatively along with combining science and technology with humanities and using numeracy skills across the curriculum. We're sure you'll agree with us it is a huge honour to celebrate our expressive STEM work going to HORSESHOE ISLAND in Antarctia!! We are very grateful to the scientist Dr Ellen Moon and her team making this special video for us. We are inspired by the amazing work these scientists do in Antarctica and learning about it continues to contribute to our ongoing work on climate change. We are scientists at Fochriw!
Impact of STEM Provision at Fochriw Primary School - Presentation to EAS schools (ongoing self-evaluation March 2018)