Global Open Day

28 Mar


We held our class global open day on the topic of Micro-Organisms! We shared all our scientific learning with our families and invited teachers from the high school and our friendly scientists from Glasgow University. We had lots of different workshops for our visitors to take part in and handmade goods on sale – including designer mosquitoes, microbe muffins and pet plasmodium. Workshops included  making your own edible plant and animal cells, looking at microbes under the microscope, interactive Malaria games and the chance to play our very own parasite board games. We Raised Over 40 Pounds and will use the money to buy mosquito nets to help children like ourselves protect themselves from the bite of the anopheles mosquito.

By Lisa & Chloe


3 Responses to “Global Open Day”

  1. Angela McEwan May 10, 2013 at 9:21 am #

    Hi Lisa, Chloe,
    Thinking of others again. What great ambassadors for Scotland the P7 pupils are! I was part of a documentary team once which shot a video in India and Nepal, and I learned a lot. Your mosquito nets for children will be really appreciated. Well done!

  2. Anonymous May 14, 2013 at 12:37 pm #

    It was so fun at Glasgow University we saw a human brain and we made sweet cells, thank you!

  3. Sam B May 14, 2013 at 1:01 pm #

    Biscuits were so nice

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