Creating Circuits

Year 6 were scientists this afternoon, exploring circuits. Not only did they have to find out what certain symbols represent, they also had to build their own working circuits with different functions. We had plenty of light bulbs, buzzers and children full of enthusiasm for Science!

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Climate Change

This afternoon, Year 5/6 enjoyed workshops led by students from the University of Warwick with the support of UNICEF. They discussed the challenges of climate change and how it will affect our future. The children enjoyed completing a variety of activities and engaged well in the sessions.

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Magic Magnets

Year 3 had an exciting afternoon using magnets. They discovered how they could make a paper clip hover in the air using a piece of string and a magnet. We had some very excited children amazed by science!

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Year 5’s trip to the stars

Year 5 had a visit this week from The Black Hole Planetarium. Everyone stepped into the darkness, inside the huge dome, to explore the wonders of space. We learnt all about the planets and stars and saw the constellations as they appear in the night sky. It was a wonderful experience, which the children won’t forget.

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Animals in Hand

Mo from Animal in Hands visited Year 3 on Wednesday to launch our new topic – Predators.  The children saw and handled an Australian carpet python called Jamal, a tarantula called Boris, a bull frog named Shrek and many other really exciting animals.

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Fossils

Year 1 spent the afternoon investigating fossils using bread and jelly beans. We have made our very own fossils and are looking forward to becoming archaeologists next week.

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