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How does forces effect the movement of different objects?

Monday, 17 March, 2014 - 08:30 to Friday, 21 March, 2014 - 15:30
High Street
Penge
London
SE20 7QR
United Kingdom
Through the week, the children will be engaging in a range of enjoyable practical activities to learn how forces can effect the movement of objects along different surfaces and through the air. In addition, we would like them to create their own investigations based on similar aspects of science.
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The cost is free to all children at the school - we are looking to engage children in the subject of Science and raise the profile of the subject at the school.
Category: 
General Science, Materials Science, Physics
Age group: 
Primary schools
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Ben
Stone
Private
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