What a week we have had! To celebrate British Science week, we all took part in a carousel day where we investigated how sound is made, how magnets work, which chocolate floats, how light travels, what materials are waterproof and we even made slime. Also, a big thank you to our parents and volunteers who came in to talk to the children about their jobs. We all loved meeting real scientists.
Some of the brilliant pieces of science work that was completed during the spring term... A huge well done to you all!
Year 5 and 6 visited the planetarium, they spotted constellations and looked at planets. Year 6 focused on the two poles and got to see the aurora borealis, the natural phenomena.
Year 4 investigated using musical instruments on how they thought sound was made. They focused on using scientific vocabulary and reasoning to support their predictions
Year 5 got an amazing opportunity this week, they were able to look through telescopes to spot constellations. They loved this special evening and I am sure they will remember forever.
Year 2, had an amazing time when Lab-rascals came to visit. They loved taking part in a variety of investigations
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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