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Last week was National Science Week and young people across our family of schools took part in a wide range of exciting and engaging science based learning activities. Some of our youngest scientists took part in a science super learning day and were tackling big questions such as “Do older children run faster? Do they have bigger feet? Can we identify British trees by looking at their leaves? What is DNA?”. Children explored these key questions and more, and the day involved a fusion of science and art activities with some fabulous work produced by the end of the day. Science is a key area of our curriculum and there are so many great careers linked to science for young people to consider. As Albert Einstein once famously said “The important thing is to never stop questioning” and in the words of Jane Goodall “What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make”.