Bath bombs, static electricity and exploding volcanoes have all been put to the test by students in years four, five and six for Singleton Primary School’s Science Fair.
Students have been hard at work creating projects for the fair over the past few months, which they will showcase on Tuesday night, June 27.
Singleton Primary School science specialist Melanie Stafford said it was great to see the children’s hard work come to fruition.
“It’s absolute fabulous, they’ve all worked so hard,” she said.
“Their experiments are amazing and they’ve put together some really outstanding projects.”
The Science Fair kicks off at the school at 3pm Tuesday with students putting on live demonstrations of their experiments.