Year 3 & 4 creating bug houses for their topic on animals including humans. They observed over time and identified the types of animals which lived there.
Year 3 & 4 observing the growth of cress seeds for Science Week 20022
Science Week 2022! As a school we completed lots of science activities on the theme of growth. We then designed our own posters on the theme of growth.
Year 3&4 labelling different parts of a human skeleton
Year 1/2 Observing flowers and discussing the parts of a flower.
Year 1/2 Investigating which materials would be more suitable for Geraldine the giraffe's umbrella! We poured water onto the materials and discussed which material would be best.
Rocks - investigating properties of different types of rocks
Tooth decay investigation
Investigating the digestive system
Researching barn owl habitats using the laptops as research.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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