On Saturday the 11th of January we had the pleasure of participating in the RDS Primary Science Fair. The RDS Primary Science Fair is a national science exhibition. All 32 counties on the island of Ireland are given the opportunity to present at the fair and in October are asked to submit an application of interest for the event. Out of approximately 3300 primary schools only 120 schools were selected to present at this years event. This is approximately 3.6% of the primary schools in Ireland. We felt honoured and privileged to be given the opportunity to present our science investigation at the 2015 RDS Primary Science Fair.
Our Project was entitled: “Why don’t planes fall from the sky”
Check out details of our project in here:
Below is some of the comments we blogged live during the event:
“Today we are at the RDS primary science fair. We were walking around and we have chosen a few projects that we have liked .we have received some great comments from people who have come to see what we have been doing such as parents , judges and guests.”