Monthly Archives: March 2016
Today Year 5 have had the chance to be forensic scientists. They learnt all about how we can solve crimes by collecting important evidence like DNA and fingerprints. The children then collaborated in groups to examine a crime scene, find the evidence and identify the culprit. The children had a great time in this session … Continue reading
What an amazing afternoon year 3 had today learning all about forensic science. The children learnt that the evidence left at a crime scene can be the key to solving a crime. Finger prints, foot prints and DNA are collected from the scene of a crime and examined to identify the person responsible. Can you remember … Continue reading
Today year 3 were asked to find out if volcanoes exist on other planets. They worked in small groups to complete the task using their B.L.P (Building Learning Power) skills to complete the challenge.
Today the children have thought about ten items they would take for Stig. They made pop up books to record their ideas. Some children shared their objects with the rest of the class wearing our magical class reading hat. At the end of the session I shared my suitcase of ten objects I would take … Continue reading
In our weekly Spanish lesson Miss. Doran put the children in groups to act out some classroom vocabulary such as silencio and escucha! Can you guess what these children are doing?
Today the school had a special treat with a visit from Adrian and his science show about light and sound. It was a very interactive session which really grabbed the children’s attention. In year 3 we have been learning about light this half term so the show consolidated their learning which really boosted their confidence. … Continue reading
The children have all had the opportunity to watch a Science show today. Adrian gave the children lots of interesting science information and carried out fun experiments. This afternoon’s show for the Juniors was all about light and sound and the children all took part enthusiastically.
Year 5 looked great dressed up for World Book Day. They spent the day finding out more about their characters and presented their findings to the rest of the class.
For World Book Day we had a fantastic array of children dressed as their favourite book characters. We even had a visit from Mr.Richards to share his love for books and he read The Enormous Crocodile to the class. Can you guess who some of the children are dressed as? What is your favourite book … Continue reading