Heywood Great Science Share for Schools

The Great Science Share is an annual event, aimed at inspiring children to share scientific questions with new audiences. Harwood Park hosted the event and 6 schools’ including ours attended. Each school had a group of 8 pupils’ conducting a range of different Science experiments. There was also a neuroscience¬† Read more…

Plant reproduction

Year 5 started their new science topic today: Reproductive Cycles! We were introduced to some new life in our classroom. We have baby caterpillars and giant triops eggs. We are looking forward to seeing how they grow and develop. We are very curious to find out more about them. We Read more…

Crazy Creatures visit Year 5

This week Year 5 have had a special visit from Emma and her crazy creatures. As our current Science topic is ‘Humans and animals overtime’, Emma came to not only to show us her fantastic animals, but also to teach us some amazing facts about them, including their animal kingdoms, Read more…

Evolution

Year 5 have made a fantastic start to their Science topic ‘Humans and animals overtime’. So far we have learnt: the theory of evolution and how it was discovered, how fossils are formed and provide evidence of evolution and animal kingdoms and how they have developed overtime. To help embed Read more…

Moth Artwork

This week, Year 5 have started a writing unit of work based on the book ‘Moth’ by Isabel Thomas. The book is a narrative poem telling the story of natural selection and evolution using the peppered moth. The children have enjoyed being immersed into the book and learning about the Read more…

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