Our experiment was to find out how quickly ice melted in different conditions. We tried ice in air, ice in salt and ice in water. What is your prediction?Read More Yr. 4 – Changing States of Matter
Year 4 found this experiment pretty exciting today!Read More Fire and water experiment
Year 5 spent the first part of the afternoon learning about animals and their adaptations. Afterwards, we explored the school grounds looking for evidence of pollination. Zoolab Pollination explorationRead More Animals and the Outside World
Following on from last year’s Lottery funded ‘Building Friendships’ project, there are big plans afoot for the outside spaces at St Margaret’s! Year 2 and Reception mum Gemma Burns has volunteered her time and gardening expertise to work with the school to create an exciting vision for the garden areas in the main school and […]Read More Building Friendships Garden Project
The life cycle of a frog, printing with fruit and vegetables, puzzles, construction and phonics games!Read More A Typical Afternoon in Year 1…
We have been thinking about how to stay fit in Year 2. This afternoon we challenged ourselves to do as many star jumps, laps of the cage and pencil jumps as we could. We recorded our data in tables and then created bar charts on the iPads when we got back to class!Read More Keeping fit in Y2
We used custard powder and water to experiment with the properties of liquids and solids. We found out that the custard acts like a liquid when you don’t apply pressure, when pressure is applied the custard acts as a solid.Read More States of Matter in Yr.4
Back in the Autumn the infants helped Miss Cooper and Gemma to plant hundreds of bulbs that we received from a charity. Thanks to the warm weather the plants have now bloomed and are looking beautiful! Check them out next time you are in the playground. Special thanks to Gemma who gave us lots of […]Read More Spring is finally here!
Today in Year 1 we have been searching for all types of insects all around the school. To record our findings, we made tally charts and drew observations of any insects not on our chart.Read More Bug Hunting in Year 1!
Reception are having great fun being pirates and trying to find buried treasure with their magnets. Did you know that real pirates thought that material like calico and coffee beans were great treasures that could be traded easily?Read More Ahoy there me hearties!