Year 4 had fun at Harton Technology College as we continued our adventures in science following British Science Week.
To start their Solids, Liquids and Gases topic off with a bang, Year 4 were shown how to use the Bunsen burners to rapidly boil and evaporate liquids before creating slime from PVA glue and borax.
As you can see, the children were amazed to be working in a real science lab and they really showed off their scientific thinking skills. Well done, Year 4!
PS – Year 5 will be heading up there soon to see some forces in action…
Thank you to all the parents who came to join our KS1 craft session. We all had lots of fun!
Thank you to all the parents who joined us for our seasonal craft session on Monday. We had loads of fun and made some exciting things to take home.
Ali the Astronaut
Space gloves- how does an astronaut fix things???
We tested space nappies for absorbency!
Year 5 and Year 6 recently took part in workshops to learn about racism. It was a great day which gave us lots to think about. One of the highlights of the day was receiving some football training from an ex professional footballer.
Y3 had a great time at the museum. We were reflecting on WW1. We handled medals, catalogued artefacts, created our own display as well as taking time to explore the museum.
George found a picture of his great great Grandad and Mrs Maddock found a picture of her Nana’s cousin.
On the last day of the half term the whole school gathered together to celebrate Harvest. We had collected dried food,tins and produce for the charity Hope and Hospitality . We really enjoyed singing our Harvest songs we had learned together.
Year 6 took part in the RAP workshops and had a great afternoon learning about ways to stay safe. There were seven workshops which explored different aspects of safety.