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Super Scientist Awards 2013

Pupils at Oakfield Primary School in St Mellons, South Wales
Pupils at St Josephs RC Primary School in Penarth, South Wales

Eighty five schools across the UK will be awarded Super Scientist Certificates from Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales this year, in recognition of their contribution to the Spring Bulbs – Climate Change Investigation!

Huge Congratulations to all these schools! They are listed below, is your school listed?

Over twice as many schools took part in the Investigation as last year, which is fantastic news! It’s wonderful to have so many of you helping with this really important study.

Thank you to every one of the 4116 pupils who helped this year! Thank you for working so hard planting, observing, measuring and recording - you really are Super Scientists! Each one of you will receive a certificate and Super Scientist pencil, these will be sent to your school around the middle of May.

Many thanks to the Edina Trust for funding this project and helping to make this all happen.

Super Scientist Winners 2013

Well done to our three winners for sending in the most weather data! Each will receive a class trip of fun-packed nature activities.

  • SS Philip and James Primary School in England
  • Williamstown Primary School in Wales
  • Wormit Primary School in Scotland

Runners Up

Each school will receive a gift voucher to purchase lovely things for your gardening projects.

  • Balcurvie Primary School in Scotland
  • Sofrydd Primary School in Wales
  • Stanford in the Vale Primary School in England

Highly commended

Each school will receive certificates, pencils, flower seeds and herb seeds.

  • Balmerino Primary School
  • Blaenycwm Primary School
  • Britannia Community Primary School
  • Coed-y-Lan Primary School
  • Coppull Parish Primary School
  • Dunbog Primary School
  • Freuchie Primary School
  • Glyncollen Primary School
  • Henllys CIW Primary School
  • Oakfield Primary School
  • St Athan Primary School
  • St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • St Roberts Roman Cathlic Primary School
  • Torbain Primary School
  • Tynewater Primary School
  • Westwood CP School
  • Ysgol Gynradd Talybont
  • Ysgol Nant y Coed
  • Ysgol y Ffridd

Schools with special recognition

Each school will receive, certificates, pencils and flower seeds.

  • Brynhyfryd Junior School
  • Bwlchgwyn CP School
  • Darran Park Primary
  • Gladestry CIW School
  • Greyfriars RC Primary School
  • Hawthornden Primary School
  • Kilmaron Special School
  • Lakeside Primary School
  • Llangan Primary School
  • Magor Church in Wales Primary School
  • Milford Haven Junior School
  • Newburgh Primary School
  • Newport Primary School
  • Rhydypenau Primary School
  • Rogiet Primary School
  • St Mary's Catholic Primary School (Wales)
  • St Mary's RC Primary School (England)
  • Stepping Stones Short Stay School
  • Thorneyholme RC Primary School
  • Ysgol Bodafon
  • Ysgol Bryn Garth
  • Ysgol Clocaenog
  • Ysgol Deganwy
  • Ysgol Hiraddug
  • Ysgol Porth y Felin

Schools to be awarded certificates

Each school will receive Super Scientist Certificates and pencils.

  • Archbishop Hutton's Primary School
  • Auchtertool Primary School
  • Cadoxton Primary School
  • Christchurch CP School
  • Duloch Primary School
  • Eyton Church in Wales Primary School
  • Freckleton CE Primary School
  • Fulwood and Cadley Primary School
  • Harwell Primary School
  • Holy Family RC Primary School
  • Hywel Da Primary School
  • Ladybank Primary School
  • Ladygrove Park Primary School
  • LasswadePrimary School
  • Lever House Primary School
  • Manor Primary School
  • Medlar with Wesham CE Primary School
  • Nether Kellet Primary School
  • Northbourne CE Primary School
  • Park Primary School
  • RAF Benson Primary School
  • Rishton Methodist Primary School
  • Sherwood Primary School
  • St John's Catholic Primary School
  • St Nicholas Primary School
  • Stepaside CP School
  • Tor View Community Special School
  • Weeton Primary School
  • Windale Primary School
  • Ysgol Capelulo
  • Ysgol Gymunedol Dolwyddelan
  • Ysgol Iau Hen Golwyn
  • Ysgol Morfa Rhianedd
  • Ysgol Pencae

Well done, you have all done an AMAZING job.

Daffodil Drawing Competition 2013

Congratulations to the following pupils who produced some excellent botanical drawings! 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners will receive a bird watching kit with mini binoculars.

  • 1st: Oliver – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • 2nd: Sam – St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • 3rd: Daniel (age 6) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School

Runners Up

All will receive flower seeds for your garden.

  • Etward? (age 6) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • Finlay (age 7) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • Jemima – St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • Joe – St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • Joshua – St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • Joshua (age 7) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • Larson (age 11) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • Leo – Stanford in the Vale Primary School
  • Nathan – St Joseph's RC Primary School (Penarth)
  • William  (age 5) – Stanford in the Vale Primary School

Many Thanks

Professor Plant

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