This week, Year 5 successfully took part in Bikeability. The training develops skills for cycling on a single-lane roads with simple junctions and moderate traffic and includes the core functions for safe and responsible cycling. Well done Year 5!
As part of their Geography work, Year Six have been looking at bearings on maps and in the real world. Today they tried for the first time to take bearings from points within the school grounds.
They remembered the key points of holding the compass flat, pointing in the direction of travel, turning the bezel to North and reading the bearing carefully.
As part of their Egyptian topic, Year 3 made Ancient Egyptian bread. The children had to use the scales to accurately weigh the ingredients and measure the capacity of liquids using a measuring jug.
They then combined their ingredients and the kneaded their dough and made a small roll each. We then created our own oven using a cardboard box and tin foil and baked our bread in there. The bread was delicious!
As part of their Science topic, Year 3 have taken apart some plants. The children had to discover all of the parts of the plant and place them on their sheets. They then went on to discover the scientific names for the different parts of plants and their functions. The children even managed to find some seeds in the soil!