Science in Action
Year 4: Electricity
Did you know you can make static electricity when you rub an electrically insulating object against an electrically conductive object? Balloons are made from electrically insulated materials such as rubber. When you rub them over your hair or clothes, electrons move from you to the balloons. Year 4 have clearly had fun with this experiment!
Year 2: Living Things and Their Habitats
Outdoor Learning with Year 2's: Micro-habitat hunt in our local garden.
Year 5: Earth and Space
Fun facts of the Solar system:
- The Sun is a star.
- The Earth is one of eight planets that travel around the Sun.
- The planets are called Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
- The solar system is also home to lots of asteroids, moons, and dwarf planets such as Pluto.
Year 6: Evolution and Inheritance
Children in Year 6 visited Windmill Farm. Did you know when living things reproduce they pass on characteristics to their offspring? This is known as inheritance.
Year 3 : Forces and Magnets
Year 3 have been investigating forces. Did you know a force is a push or pull upon an object resulting from the object's interaction with another object? The children when outside and investigated how toy cars move over different surfaces. How many different surfaces are there in the school grounds?