In Year 4 we have been learning about the different products that are powered by the wind as part of our Design Technology. We used the internet to research different […]
Today in Year 3 we followed a clear method to conduct our science investigation. We had to plant our cress seeds in 4 different conditions and make clear predictions.
This morning, y5 had the opportunity to join the Young Imagineers on a LIVE lesson all about sustainability. This linked well to our science topic: Materials and their properties and […]
Y3 have been investigating how fossils are formed. They have examined fossils, created their own fossils and researched Mary Anning.
Investigating materials and their properties using our school grounds
This week, Y6 have had the privilege of speaking to Mr Barron, a bird enthusiast, who shared his expertise about sea birds on the British coastline. The children listened intently […]
Fantastic science work this afternoon, looking to use questioning to classify and identify sea birds. The standard of work that we are completing at home is superb!
In our remote learning this week, we have been learning about animal classification and the similarities and differences between animals. We have created our own fact sheets to show the […]
Today, Y5 tested different materials to see which material would make the best astronaut parachute. We compared the materials and timed the travel time for each parachute, ensuring a fair […]
Today, Y5C became astronauts. We completed a series of space mission challenges to help us achieve astronaut status. Take a look at some of our activities below:
As new recruits of the NASA Space Academy, 5Eb were contacted by mission control to complete a busy training schedule ahead of their trip to work on the ISS. We […]
After applying our knowledge of reflection to design a periscope, we created one before trying it out in our school grounds. Our aim was to identify the enemy targets who […]
In science, Y6 have been learning about the law of reflection. We investigated the angle of incidence and the angle of reflection by shining a light beam at a mirror […]
Today, Y5 made their own Mars Rovers. First, we researched the actual Mars Rovers and then designed our own using our RUBRIC criteria to help us. We then made our […]
Year 3 have been busy in science using the iPads to animate the different parts of a skeleton. We started with the bones and then we identified the main organs […]
Through reading our class text: The Jamie Drake Equation, we noticed that the main character was learning about a mathematical pattern called the Fibonacci sequence. We looked at this phenomenal […]
The Lunar Cycle, or Phases of the Moon, helps us young scientists to understand why we see different shapes of the moon each night We investigated this first and then […]
Today is our final day of remote learning before we return to school tomorrow. I am extremely proud of how the children have adapted to remote learning again and how […]
Today Y5 investigated the change in a shadow throughout the day. Every hour (starting at 9:30) we went outside to measure our teachers shadow, making notes about its change in […]