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Hope you are all well.

Easter has come and gone, I hope you enjoyed yourselves and didn't eat too much chocolate!


I was thinking about what to offer you this week and decided on Maths, Technology and Science via an established tradition of the Royal Institution giving Christmas lectures for children. I know it's the wrong time of the year but they're not about Christmas!! It's a tradition that goes back nearly 200 years. 

The website is https://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch and you can go back through the years to pick something you fancy finding out about. Each lecture is about an hour long and they usually come in sets of three. Some are obviously a bit old fashioned now, but still contain good information and knowledge. A few examples are given below:

2019 - 'Secrets and Lies'

2015 - 'How to Survive in Space' 

2010 - Size Matters

Give them a try and see if you can learn something new or become an expert on a topic. 

Stay safe, don't drive your parents mad and look after yourselves.