Lomond School welcomed pre-school children from the local community to attend an exciting workshop delivered by Generation Science as part of British Science Week.

The Ella’s Wobble workshop, which was open to the whole community, explored the science behind sound with the children completing mini experiments to understand how sound travels through the air, why some sounds are high and some are low and learning about echoes, vibrations and animal sounds.

They even made their own instruments to help tell the story of Ella’s rhyming journey through the world of sound.

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Ailsa Lawn, the head of Lomond's junior school, said: “Having experts from Generation Science come into school to help us launch British Science Week literally kicked things off with a bang.

“The children were so engaged in all the experiments and we hope that all those who attended the community event enjoyed it as much as we did.

“We’re looking forward to taking part in many more interactive workshops and experiments as we celebrate science in Junior School this week.”

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