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Mummifying a tomato

Mummifying a tomato 1 Scooping out the fleshy parts
Mummifying a tomato 2 Weighing
Mummifying a tomato 3 Ensuring no bacteria is in our tomato
Mummifying a tomato 4 Fill with salt and bicarbonate of soda (natron)
Mummifying a tomato 5 Eeewwwwwwwww!
Mummifying a tomato 6 Ready to leave for 70 days

“Obviously, we couldn’t really mummify a body, that would be awful so we used a tomato instead. It really showed us how the Ancient Egyptians mummified their pharaohs and pets. Now I have a proper job understanding of how and why they did that in their civilisation.“

- Angela

Hand washing

Hand washing  1

"I know that we do actually need to wash our hands properly with soap to remove all of the germs. I knew before that I needed to use soap, but I didn't know it had to be for 20 seconds and rubbing between fingers. This experiment was really interesting, it will highlight how many germs are really on our hands." 

- Lucia 

Visit to Liverpool World Museum

Visit to Liverpool World Museum 1
Visit to Liverpool World Museum 2
Visit to Liverpool World Museum 3
Visit to Liverpool World Museum 4

“The museum was great! We have learnt about a few things but we only started last week. It’s amazing to see real artefacts from the ancient times.”

- Charlotte

Internet Safety

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"I learnt that people are not always nice on the internet, they can send pictures or nasty messages. I now know how to use the report buttons so I can report people if they do something wrong to me or someone else. " 

- Angela