As parpart of their Science Electricity topic, all S2 classes visited the Grampian Transport Museum this week. Pupils were introduced to the technology behind electric motors and how they will power most vehicles within the next few decades. Pupils also learned how electric vehicles are part of the solution to reducing pollution and global warming caused by using petrol and diesel. The pupils and Science Faculty would like to thank everyone at the Museum for hosting our visits and enhancing our learning.
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Here are some highlights from our Watersports Trip. All pupils who were on this trip are invited along to a slideshow of photos in the theatre this Friday at lunch (7th June). Bring along a pen drive so copies can be made to take home to parents.
Higher Biology – 52 Higher Biology pupils enjoyed an enlightening and educational visit today. Animal welfare and threats to the environment were major themes, and along with conservation form a major part of the Higher course. Currently on the bus home from a sunny Aviemore, pupils singing ‘Sweet Caroline’.