Archive for the ‘Genreal’ Category

Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm

Friday 29th August 2014: Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm with Redhill Summer School Club.

Exploring The Preseli Hills

Friday 22nd August 2014: Exploring the Preseli hills with local naturalist Peter Brown.   We had a great afternoon with members of the public exploring the wildlife on the Preseli hills.  Peter showed us signs that sheep had been grazing in the area one such sign is the tipi shaped gauze bush pictured above.  We […]

Marine Fun Day

Thursday 14th August 2014: Marine Fun Day – Dale We once again teamed up with the crew from Dale Fort Field Studies Centre for a marine themed fun day.  The day started with a snorkelling session from Castle beach with snorkel leaders Kim and Amy from Dale FSC.  After lunch we headed down to Dale […]

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Science Aglow

Friday 11th July 2014: Science Aglow – Merlin Theatre, Pembrokeshire College We had a great Science Aglow event in the Merlin Theatre with pupils from Haverfordwest VC, Fenton, St Aiden’s and Ysgol y Frenni.  As the Pembrokeshire representatives of the British Science Association we put on this event twice a year and invite four schools […]

Wednesday 9th July 2014: Rock pooling and push netting with Ysgol Ger y Llan at St Brides Haven

Colby Woodland Gardens

Tuesday 9th July 2014: Colby Woodland Gardens with Stackpole, Orielton and Angle

Welston Challenge 2014

Monday 7th July 2014: The Welston Challenge Year 3 from St Florence, Manorbier and Sageston compete against each other in an annual competition held at Welston Court Science Centre in Milton.  Welston Court belongs to Professor Tony Campbell – the founder of the Darwin Centre.  Each year he invites the 3 most local schools to […]


Shore Thing Survey with Castle School

Tuesday 24th June 2014: Shore Thing Survey with Keep Wales Tidy & Castle School.     We teamed up with Mari from Keep Wales Tidy in order to complete a Shore Thing Survey with Year 10 pupils from Castle School.  This is an annual event and produces comparable data for the school to work with.  […]