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 […]
Today we are thinking about the relationship between the Earth, Sun and Moon and how the Earth spinning on its axis causes changes in shadows throughout the day. We have […]
This afternoon in Y3 we are exploring floating and sinking. We looked at the upthrust and weight of objects before we predicted what would happen.
In Y4A this afternoon we learnt about the seven life processes. The children used their teamwork skills to create videos to explain them to other people. Have a look at […]
Today we used our prior knowledge about parts of the eye to create an animation. We used teamwork and our critical and creative skills to ensure we were successful in […]
Today in science we learnt about the different parts of our eye and the function of them. We made a plasticine model to help use with our understanding.
Today Y5 used white pastels and paint to create images of the moon. We created a 3D effect and looked carefully at the texture of the moon and its craters.
Miss Snowden and Mrs Ebbs took their bubbles to investigate the school pond today to see what creatures we could find. It was a very exciting time as we found […]
Miss Meaburn’s bubble enjoyed exploring the pond area today. It was amazing to see the excitement from the children as they discovered what they had caught – especially the newts!
This afternoon, we have been filtering dirty water to see which methods were the most successful. We experimented with a variety equipment and concluded that using the piece of cloth […]
Today we published our explanation texts about how the human heart works.
This afternoon, our Y5 pupils became NASA scientists as they took on a STEM challenge to create a prototype for a moon buggy. They needed to create a model which […]