Racing our Mars Rovers πŸ€–

Today, Y5 put our Mars Rovers through their paces. After designing and making the rovers, we raced them against one another to see whose travelled the furthest.

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DT challenge- how can you propel your Mars Rover forwards?

With a range of tools and equipment in front of them, and a challenging question as their task, the y5 children worked exceptionally hard all afternoon trialling and testing their […]

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Mars Rovers

Our latest gone learning project was to design and make a prototype for a new Mars rover! This morning, we showcased these and offered some positive feedback to our friends […]

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Exploring gravity in y5

Today, we have been exploring gravity and defining mass and weight through practical experimentation using scales and Newton meters. We learnt all about the pioneering work of Sir Isaac Newton […]

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Investigating soil

Y3K have been finding out about soil in their science lessons. Today, they began investigating what soil is made up of. They began by collecting soil samples from around school […]

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Y5 visit the Space Centre πŸš€πŸŒπŸŒ™

Wow! What a profound primary experience Y5 have had at the National Space Centre today! From visiting the planetarium and travelling on the ISS and hopping onto our own rocket […]

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Y5 – Phases of the moon πŸŒ™

Today, Y5 learnt about the phases of the moon. We explored the lunar month and explained why the moon looks different during its many phases. Here are some of our […]

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Y5 Stargazing Event

Year 5 have had a spectacular evening reaching for the stars ✨ at our stargazing event. Wrapped up warm, we became astronomers as we delved deeper into our science learning […]

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Y6 Perfecting our presentation

In year 6 we have been working incredibly hard perfecting our presentational skills whilst publishing our non-chronological reports on puffins.

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Y5 Planet Mnemonics! 🌎πŸͺ

Y5 have been creating their own mnemonics to help remember the order of the planets. My Very Energetic Monkey Jumps Sideways Under Noodles! Can you think of your own mnemonic […]

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Shaking things up in Y3K

We have been finding out about where our food comes from. This led to a discussion about how butter is made. Today, Y3K were given the challenge of making their […]

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How do we get day and night? πŸŒŽπŸŒžπŸŒ“

Year 5 have stepped into the shoes of astronomers today. We explored the historical misconceptionthat the Earth is at the centre of our universe and the Sun moves in the […]

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Year 6 Visit Robin Hood’s Bay

What a wonderful day at Robin Hood’s Bay! Our children who have not been able to go to Northumberland have enjoyed a day at the coast. As well as exploring […]

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Investigating rocks

Y3 have been investigating the properties of rocks. We have been looking at permeability and density. The children used excellent teamwork skills to investigate different rocks before using their communication […]

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β€˜Out of this world’ Science

Year 5 have amazed us with their commitment to learning about the order of the planets and their distance from the sun. They have had to use scaling to represent […]

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Y6 Pond Dipping

This afternoon, Y6 have been pond dipping and exploring the wildlife area. We were lucky enough to find frogs, dragonflies, aphids, water snails and various other insects.

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Y5 describe the distance and movement of planets πŸͺ

Today, Y5 completed some outdoor Science learning. We learnt about the order of the planets in the solar system and studied their size in relation to the sun. We then […]

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