With National Science week this week, instead of Golden Assembly we took the opportunity to celebrate the science that we have been undertaking during the week. We had had a particular focus on investigations and developing our scientific enquiry skills.
It was a real pleasure to see the children sharing their learning in:
In Reception they shared their investigations into minibeasts – who knew that minibeasts are currently in hiding - even when being tempted by sugar!
In Class One they had been looking at plants, with a walk in Wain wood looking for signs of Spring! Followed by an investigation which turned their white flower green.
Class Two investigated and found out that on average a person’s arm span measures the same as their height.
Class Three were looking into the best materials to use for an astronauts gloves. I learnt that insulation in a space suit needs to keep your body temperature between 36°C and 39°C.
We also managed to present two star badges, so congratulations and well done to the recipients of a silver and gold badge.