Year one have been looking after caterpillars for the last week and watching as they change. They have grown a lot and we are now waiting for each of them to change into a chrysalis. Pop in and see them if you get the chance!Read More Year 1’s Caterpillars
In science today, we recreated our digestive system and transformed food into poop. We used different everyday objects to represent different parts of the digestive system – for example we used tights as intestines. As you can imagine, it was a messy, stinky job, but we had fun!Read More Making poo
As part of their rivers study, Year 5 visited Creekside education centre. We learned all about the different features of a river and looked at different maps and time lapse video to get more of an understanding of how our local rivers connect and change with the tide. We did some labelled observational sketches of […]Read More Deptford Creek adventure
In science this week, year 4 investigated the function and location of different body parts. We had to stick postits on our partner where we thought that organ was. Afterwards, we draw diagrams using oil pastels to show all the different organs involved in the digestive system. They look very vibrant on black paper.Read More Getting to know our bodies
Using four simple ingredients we baked biscuits that could also have made fairly good cannonballs. Tough as they were, Reception still ate them!Read More Pirate biscuits in Reception….arrrrr!
Year 3 have been treated to sessions with new teachers this morning – all of whom look rather familiar… Our awesome Year 6 students have been working really hard to plan lessons for other classes in the school. This select group have been lucky enough to investigate friction and forces under the expert eyes of […]Read More New teachers in Year 3!
As part of our Human Body topic this half term, Year 2 have been looking at the impact of sugary drinks on teeth. We submerged eggshells in different sugary drinks and made predictions about the results. Over the next week we will record our observations by taking photos of the changes. I wonder what we […]Read More Egg Shell Experiment Year 2
How well do you brush your teeth? Today, we investigated this question using disclosing tablets. After brushing our teeth, we chewed a tablet which stains plaque purple to see how much we had missed. It was interesting to see how much plaque was hiding down by our gums. We then discussed how we could take […]Read More Plaque attack
Whilst learning about a healthy diet, Year 2 looked at the nutritional values of various foods. We discovered the salt, sugar and nutritional content written on various pieces of food packaging and some results were very surprising!Read More Healthy Eating in Year 2
A huge well done to Year 1 for a fabulous class assembly. From a creation rap to the Hungry Caterpillar retold in French, you were all brilliant and put on an amazing performance!Read More Year 1 class assembly