Microorganisms SNAP Project

29 May

IMG_1804On the 28th of May we visited Glasgow University to showcase our Scottish Network for Able Pupils (SNAP) project. If you have been following out posts you will know that last term we were busy working hard on our class microorganisms topic.

First we had a tour around the building and we saw a statue of a famous philosopher called Adam Smith. Alexander would like a statue named after him one day too. Later, we had a look around the graduation room and saw paintings of all the past principals of the university. Afterwards we went to a meeting room and showed our presentation, everyone enjoyed it and thought it was very interesting. It was great to meet up with other schools and see all the work that other pupils had been doing. You can see a slide show which we used as part of our presentation on our class Vimeo Channel.

We would like to thanks the SNAP team for showing us around the university and allowing us to come along and share our work. We would also like to thank the scientists from the Glasgow University Wellcome Trust Centre for Molecular Parasitology who helped bring science to life for us.

By Alex and Chloe

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2 Responses to “Microorganisms SNAP Project”

  1. Angela McEwan May 30, 2013 at 7:03 am #

    Hi P7b,
    This is excellent! Great video too. Really liked it. You all looked like you were working in a CSI lab. And Chloe and Alexander did a good job at the Uni. That’s where I went – for four years. Great place! Well done everyone. What a P7 year you’re having.

    • learning cloud May 30, 2013 at 11:15 am #

      Hello Angela! Thank you for your lovely comment. We enjoyed doing our presentation and looking around the university. Both of us will be applying as soon as possible! Alexander would like to study science and I (Chloe) want to study education and be a nursery or primary school teacher. We loved doing the science project. We have more videos to upload so stay tuned! Alex and Chloe.

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