Owls learnt so much in Remembrance Enrichment Week. They were very lucky to have a visit from Riley’s Uncle, Corporal Pennington. Here are some of our pictures:
In year 6, we have been learning about how exercise affects our concentration and how we learn. We have been carrying out an experiment in science to investigate this. Before carrying out the experiment, we monitored our heart rate and noted down the score we achieved on times table rockstars. Last week, we sat for 15 minutes and then monitored heart rate and scores afterwards. This week, we walked for 15 minutes and next week we will run for 15 minutes. We are excited to find out how each activity affects our concentration.
In year 4 we have been reading Charlie and the Choloate factory as our class book. We have designed our own chocolate bars and this week we got the chance to create them and review someone else’s.
Have a look at our designs.
This week we have been learning all about Remembrance, the children have completed lots of different activities related to this topic. They have all made a poppy using PVA glue and red paint, researched all about Remembrance and created a mind map with lots of different facts. The children did a sunset painting using water colours and then used a template to create a silhouette. It has been a fantastic week. Please look at our pictures below.
The children had a fantastic time this week meeting and learning all about these wonderful birds of Prey.
This week as part of Remembrance week we have been looking at the First World War. We turned our classroom into a battlefield with trenches. We learned about what soldiers did all day and even had a go at fighting the enemy. We are going to use this experience to produce some diaries later this week. Have a look at what we did below.
This week we have been investigating which habitat a woodlice likes the best. We chose four different materials; sand, soil, grass and twigs. We separated the materials and then placed 7 woodlice in to the container. We observed the woodlice for 45 minutes and then recorded which habitat had the most woodlice.
Which habitat do you think the woodlice preferred?