During science club, pupils were challenged to use practical enquiry to find an alternative natural indicator to red cabbage. The indicator was to show a colour change in lemon juice and sodium bicarbonate solution. The pupils investigated a variety of plants to create indicators. They observed how the indicators reacted to identify solutions that have acidic, neutral or alkaline properties.
Jasmine, Bethany and Isobel are the national winners of the CLEAPSS primary science competition.
They submitted a booklet showing:
The Entries were judged on:
Fantastic prizes include an exciting school science roadshow visit; science equipment and resources for the school; trophies, goodie-bags and certificates for the winning children presented in a special assembly.
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