Tom’s physical school sessions on Newton’s laws of physics have been taking place in the kitchen and diner, where everyone is safely spaced and has room to get creative. That’s produced some remarkable results, with balloon-powered paper and polo mint cars zooming across the floor, giant paper aeroplanes gliding through the air and bin-bag parachutes being furiously constructed. Staff have been in awe at some impressive aeronautical engineering, while the kids have had a great time learning all about forces, friction, air resistance and other fundamental physical principles. We’re pretty sure this gang are not going to forget Newton’s Third Law in a hurry!
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