The Water Cycle

Today we have been learning all about the Water Cycle. We went outside and worked with our talk partners to draw labeled diagrams of the Water Cycle. We were able to talk about evaporation, condensation, precipitation and collection!  

Stickman activities

  We have really enjoyed our story of the Stickman this week. We talked about what the Stickman was used for throughout the story, then thought of our own ideas of what we could use sticks for, we had some amazing ideas; a fishing rod, a walking stick, a broomstick Read more…

Sir Francis Beaufort

Willows have been learning all about Sir Francis Beaufort who made the wind speed scale for sailors. He was the captain of a Royal Navy ship and he made a scale based around whether it was safe enough to go out at sea or not.   We looked at the Read more…

Crater formation investigation

This afternoon, year 5 researched craters on Earth and on the Moon and compared how they were different. We then discovered how they were formed. We then designed and conducted an investigation to find out how to create the biggest craters. We thought about how to control variables to ensure Read more…

Antarctic Art

As part of creating an information booklet on food chains and webs of the Arctic regions, Year 6 looked at how artists use accurate guidelines and proportions when sketching.   They looked at how to use simple shapes to help guide them to sketching an accurate outline, as well as Read more…

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