KING’S Ely Junior’s STEM Club has been up to lots of fascinating things since the start of term, including looking at ‘Acid from the skies’ and the effect simulated acid rain has on different materials, both living and non-living, with and without a water resistant coating.

Last week, students looked at ‘But why is the sun gone?’ They set up the equipment in order to observe that plants need light in order to photosynthesise, using Elodea.

Pupils measured the amount of air bubbles produced to see whose equipment and Elodea was photosynthesising the most efficiently.

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