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Woodpecker Class look to the future

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Woodpecker Class make blood

In this lesson, we made blood using water, salt, food colouring, cheerios, marshmallows and pompoms. The salt was the nutrients in the plasma, the red food colouring was the red blood cells, the yellow food colouring was the plasma, the marshmallows were the white blood cells and the pompoms were the platelets. Written by Adriana.

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Woodpecker Class- Cold Task Hook

In this lesson we had a piece of paper that had a scene we needed to act out as a table. After that we picked our favourite scene to write a diary entry about. Written by Tiana and Julia 🙂

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Year 6 – Science & PE Exit Point

On the last day of the Spring Term, the entire Year 6 children competed in a mass circuit training. There were 7 stations that required them to use stamina, speed, technique and accuracy/ This was part of our Science unit, where they had to measure their starting heart rate and then after the circuit training, ...

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Important people in our community

For PHSE, we have been learning how there are important people in the community that help us. We have found out what they do, what they wear and how they help us.

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Rabbit Class – Easter Week

Topic: Transport Book of the week: The Easter Story Look at all of the activities that we have completed this week.

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Kingfisher Class – Making Blood!

Coming to the end of our science topic on the circulatory system, Kingfisher Class had fun making their own blood – We used the cheerios (dyed in red food colouring) to represent the red blood cells, white marshmallows (white blood cells), pom poms (to represent the platelets) and yellow food colouring (to represent the plasma).

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Elm Class – Growth Mindset Poems

As part of our well being Friday afternoons we have been thinking about growth mindset. We have thought about how we can change our mindsets and how instead of giving up we can learn from the mistakes we make! After discussing growth mindset, we created our own acrostic poems. We took these into the playground ...

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Elm Class – Fossil Hunting and Creating

In Topic we have been learning all about the stone age and the bronze age. We found that from discovering fossils we can learn more about these time periods. We found it fascinating that fossils are still being discovered now and we dug for our own fossil. Next, we learnt about the process of fossilisation ...

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Elm Class – Science Experiments

In science this term we have been focusing on rocks. We have been focusing on how rocks are formed, the properties of rocks and how we can use them. To test our ideas of different stone properties we conducted four science experiments to test the strength of the rocks, whether they scratch easily, if they ...

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