In a traditional, face-to-face classroom setting teachers have the ability to interact with children and deliver lessons in an engaging manner. In order to do this in a remote way we have had to adapt every aspect of our teaching - from how we deliver our specialist subject knowledge, to how we respond to the children's learning. A big part of this has been ensuring the children have the tools to work independently on topics that engage and excite them. In science we have adapted by building interactive science experiments into each of our sessions. The children have been immersed in practical experiments that help them to explore their theoretical learning in real life experiences. In just a few weeks the children of Upper School have explored gases through making air balloons, filmed their own weather reports and even made models of the digestive system. All with everyday household items. It's a bit of a messy business, but if you can't get messy at home - when can you!