Apples – a lesson in variation and artificial selection

One of our science themes this month has been ‘plants’, and this week we supported this theme with a couple of Mystery Science lessons about why some plants grow fruit, and why some apples are red and others green.  The apples lesson was a really great way of introducing...

British Science Week: Having a Blast at the Pier

  Our favourite local Science show, Blast Science, came to Hastings Pier today in a British Science Week extravaganza of Geology.   With a mixture of Sepultura music, 70s band references and hands-on demonstrations Brad certainly proved that Geology rocks!  Brad is an engaging American science presenter who has the...

Kew Gardens Festival of Orchids

This weekend we made the most of the dry weather on Saturday and took a trip to the world famous Kew Gardens in London.  We’re fairly regular visitors to their lovely Wakehurst Place site, but there’s something really special about visiting the main garden in London. We took the...