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Category Archives: Science
Flipsy the snail who used to live in Miss Barnetson’s classroom has retired to the Bournemouth Oceanarium. He has spent the lastRead the Rest »
On Friday 10th November, Year 5 had a visit from a trainee Chiropractor from the Anglo European college of Chiropratic to introduce their nextRead the Rest »
Yum yum! Moonstones have been thinking about Harvest and how lucky we are to have lots of delicious food to eat. WeRead the Rest »
The ever popular Science Club is back this half term with another group of top scientists having fun and learning about theRead the Rest »
Year 6 have taken up the challenge to see who can design and build the best rocket. As part of our ‘MayRead the Rest »
Year 3 had some very interesting vistors in their Science lesson this week. They were set the challenge to design an experimentRead the Rest »
On their first day back at school, Year 6 were set the challenge of working out what our new Topic will beRead the Rest »
Last week was a very exciting one for the children in Sapphires class. Kobe had his sixth birthday recently and he gotRead the Rest »
This half term our learning has been focused around the topic of ‘Creepy Creatures’. The children have particularly enjoyed reading Eric CarleRead the Rest »
At the beginning of this half term the year 4 and 5′s were told that something strange had occured during the night. There hadRead the Rest »
Year One’s topic this term is ‘Garden Force’ so we have been growing some broad beans and some cress at school! TheRead the Rest »