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'Photographing Physics' Competition - Spring 2021

With our return to school on 8th March and the Covid restrictions that are still in place, 'Science Week' is going to have to look slightly different this year. Although, following on from the success and engagement with the Family Marble Run Challenge we are again working with the Ogden Trust Science team to launch our next event.


The focus this time will be on Physics. You may not be able to explain what Physics is or even what it is all about, but you probably know a lot more about Physics than you first thought! Watch the video below or talk to someone at home about what Physics could be and that may get you thinking about an idea for your competition entry.


Please make sure that you read through the competition rules on this page before you start to take your pictures, as they are very strict!

What is Physics?

What is Physics? Explained using animations and illustration Video. You probably know a lot more about Physics than you think!

'Photographing Physics' Entry Rules

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Photographing Physics Entries.

Winner - Dylan, Y3

Winner - Henry, Y4

The Family Marble Madness Challenge - Autumn 2020

As part of the Ogden Schools Partnership programme, families were invited to take part in creating a timed marble run. Three winners were chosen from each school, which was incredibly difficult, as we had so many amazing entries! A winner was chosen based on the criteria of accuracy, ingenuity and design.

Design Winner - Harry Y4

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Ingenuity Winner - Eddie Y5

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Accuracy Winner - Ariah Y3

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Science at Newhall Community Junior School


At Newhall we aim to deliver an engaging, practical and stimulating science curriculum which excites our children and encourages them to make links through the wider curriculum. We achieve this through high quality teaching and promoting a sense of curiosity through exploration, questioning and thinking about the world around them. Our focus is on : comparative/fair testing, research, observation over time, pattern-seeking and identifying, grouping and classifying. These are represented with key symbols within our school. 

We were very proud to receive the Primary Science Quality Mark in 2019. 


Below are our core science principles which were written by both our staff and children and underpin our science curriculum. 

Ogden Trust School Partnership