What a fun carousel we have had this week! Science experiment on absorbency- which material should Mr Messy use to clear up his spillage? Phonics sentences on the “er”, Maths word problems on doubling and halving, Art 3D balloon making and geo boards pattern making!Read More Year 2 Carousel
Year 6 have been demonstrating how light travels in straight lines. We explored reflection by making a light maze using mirrors and investigated convex and concave reflections.Read More Mr Demeger said, “Let there be light.”
Last week on our carousel was Art inspired by Matisse cut-outs, Science- planning our Princess and the Pea Experiment, Maths- scavenger hunt practising writing number words, phonics games for the “ee” sound and Meccano.Read More Year 2 Carousel
May the force be with you… It’s all about forces in Year 3 this half term. How much force will it take to make a toy car move on different surfaces? How do magnets work? How strong are they? Can you turn them on and off? Are all metals magnetic? These questions, and many more, […]Read More Year 3 feel the force!
Set with the task of deciding the best material with which to make a new umbrella, Year 2 started off by making predictions based on their prior knowledge. Then it was time to test them…! Ask a member Year 2 which material they think worked best out of cling film, foil, fabric or tissue!Read More Umbrella Science Experiment Year 2
Reception have helped to make a dinosaur 🦕🦖 small world filled with herbs from the garden.Read More There are dinosaurs in our garden!
Year 6 have been exploring how the heart works through dissection. We looked at an ox heart and cut up lamb’s heart in pairs – identifying the different parts.Read More Total eclipse of the heart ❤️
What a busy week we have had! Activities on our carousel this week included practising writing our numbers, making a prediction as to which material will make the best umbrella in our Science experiment next week, playing “forfeit” Snakes and Ladders where the forfeits are active tasks, making collage letters in Art and putting the […]Read More Year 2 Carousel
Our first science topic in year 4 is Living things and their Habitats. Today we investigated our local habitats with a trip to Manor House Gardens, where we looked for living things in the pond habitat, field habitat and garden habitat. We found some fascinating mini beasts and used identification sheets to discover what plants […]Read More Year 4 in the wild
When asked by a girl in Y3, “Why do we grow fruit in school and not pick it?” I knew it was time to get harvesting!Read More Raspberry harvest