We descended on St Paul’s on Tuesday for an amazing day of science and investigation.
The Mad Scientist started by making dragon’s breadth. Then he showed us how to see air …. with a lot of fire and smoke and vortex generators.
Later on we took it in turns to present our own work. We taught lots of schools what have leaned about making our model volcanoes erupt. St Teresa’s showed us how to make shadow puppets. St Gerard’s showed us how to make electrical switches. St Paul’s taught us about acids and alkalies and St Clare’s showed us how to make slime – yeugh!
Well done to all the children who entered this competition. The entries are displayed in the hall. The quality of work was amazing, with some beautiful and creative ways of showing your knowledge. Prize winners to be announced soon.
Safwaan, Abigail, Kye and Gloria spent 3 weeks making this moon buggy for their theme work on Moon Man. It has a motor and can go backwards and forwards. It was really difficult and they had to keep adapting it until it worked.
Design a capsule for Eggonaut’s safe landing
Who can build the tallest spaghetti tower?
Year 5 and 6 are learning how to be palaeontologists.
Year 3 and 4 are trying to tell Moon Man all about how human stay alive and how our bodies digest food. These m
ind maps helped!
Year 1 labelled their bodies to show how they sense the world.
During the Tin Forest Theme, Year 3 and 4 investigated how light travels and how shadows are made. They identified lots of sources of light, including the sun.
Year 1 and 2 had 2 sort animals into different groups
Reception class were finding out about their bodies and how to keep healthy