Rocks

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Year 3 investigated the three different types of rock:

  • igneous
  • sedimentary
  • metomorphic
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Y6 Healthy Me

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Wow! Thank you Year 6 for such brilliant learning logs. You were challenged to reflect upon 'Healthy Me'. We considered healthy food options, the importance of exercise and the functions of the heart. Great job!

 

 

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Year 2 - Science

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Year 2 have had lots of fun completing as many press ups as they can in one minute.  They now need to record the circumference of their biceps each week to see if there has been any muscle growth!

 

Knowledge: Describe the importance for humans of exercise.

Skills: I can describe some of…

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Y6 Keeping Healthy

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This week, Y6 have been looking at keeping healthy. In particular we have focussed on diet, exercise and the structures and functions of the heart.

 

We can describe the effects of exercise on the body.

We identified the key food groups and looked at which ones should not make up a large…

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Year 1 trip

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Year 1 Science

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Making Waves in Year 5: The Hilarious Hydrodynamic Showdown!

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In our exciting science lesson today, the Year 5 students embarked on a fascinating experiment to explore the factors affecting the speed at which objects descend through water. With eager anticipation, we delved into the world of hydrodynamics to uncover some intriguing results.

Our mission…

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Year 1 Science

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Year 5 - Save the egg!

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The experiment began with a simple question: How can we protect an egg from cracking when dropped from a considerable height?

We learned that air resistance is the force that opposes an object's motion through the air. The larger the surface area of an object, the greater the air resistance it…

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Science

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Year 3 have been exploring the human skeleton. We have been observing over the past week the effects of water, milk and vinegar on bones. As you can see in the picture calcium is very good for bones, but vinegar (an acid) has made our hard bone go very bendy indeed. 

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Year 5 - Friction!

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Year 5 had a fantastic scientific afternoon where we looked at friction.

To illustrate the concept of friction, the students observed Mr Griffiths conduct a fun and eye-catching experiment involving a cloth and a mug. He placed a mug on a table, with a cloth partially tucked underneath it.…

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Year 5 Discovery: Objects Fall at the Same Rate Regardless of Mass

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Year 5 students' journey into the world of physics unveils a captivating truth: when it comes to gravity, mass doesn't matter.
This discovery, initially made by Galileo centuries ago, continues to inspire awe and wonder in budding scientists today. It serves as a reminder that the world around us…

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