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British Science Week Day 5 – Magic Rainbows Today parents joined us for our last experiment. We placed coloured sweets in a circle around the rim of a plate then we added water to the centre and watched what happened. … Continue reading
British Science Week Day 4 – Tunnel Engineers Today we watched a short video about the Channel Tunnel. We each chose a vehicle and worked in groups to make a tunnel through the sand. We covered our finished tunnel in … Continue reading
British Science Week Day 3 – Slippery Slopes Today we investigated 4 different substances – shaving foam, washing-up liquid, tomato ketchup and golden syrup. We passed the dishes around and the children sniffed and touched them. We used words such … Continue reading
British Science Week Day 2 – The Very Hungry Caterpillar Today we investigated fruit. First we looked at 3 different coloured apples. When we sliced them in half we found that they all had the same star shape inside them. … Continue reading
British Science Week Day 1 – Be Safe Be Seen We used our puppet, Joe, and talked about how it would be difficulty for the drivers of cars to see him if he played upside or went for a walk … Continue reading
We enjoyed a festive morning making a variety of Christmas decorations to sell at the Christmas Fair.
At Drax Power Station, Class Four learnt how electricity is generated using biomass. They modelled the process using actions and then had a bus and walking tour of the site.
Class 4 brought their Anglo-Saxon topic to life with a themed day. They wore traditional dress, ate stew, built a model village and finished the day with an assembly to share with parents what they had learnt.
We were excited to harvest a variety of vegetables from our newly developed school garden.