Pupils will partake in a scientific experiment involving levers and weights. Then using the knowledge gained they will then discover a moving steam engine (moved by hand) and watch a working water wheel.
- Pupils will understand that mechanisms, including levers, pulleys, and gears allow a small force to have a great effect.
- Pupils will make their own decisions regarding what measurements and observations to make.
- Pupils will begin to look for causal relationships and identify evidence that supports or refutes their ideas.
Session that work well with this:
With a core focus on history and science the museum is a fantastic space for pupils to discover and learn in a unique environment.
The London Museum of Water and Steam offers a number of educational session specifically tailored to the National Curriculum
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