Today in in science club we looked at the importance of how we load our cargo onto the RRS Sir David Attenborough, as there will be lots of important research equipment needed. We looked at positioning of cargo and how adding a keel to the bottom of our boat helped to give more options.
This week's sign of the week is 'please and thankyou'! Remember 'please' comes down to your tummy and 'thank you' is much shorter. Maybe you could use it at snack and lunchtime. Happy signing!!
The PTA warmly invite you to join them on the following dates:
Monday 21st May 5pm in Community room - planning meeting for the fair- all are welcome!
Friday 6th July 3.30pm to 5.30pm Summer Fair - more details to follow!
Today we raised money to support the work of the Salesian Sisters in Nairobi. A team of teachers are travelling to Nairobi to support two schools and provide new resources and create new experiences for the children. We raised £264.84 to support this wonderful cause.
Our first science club attracted great interest from boys and girls from years 3 to 6.
We are using the polar explorer resources and today's task was to construct a sea-worthy vessel. The lump of plasticine had to be made to float and carry cargo.
The challenge was to investigate how many dried peas your vessel could carry without sinking.
Today Year 6 have worked in groups to make fruit kebabs. However before any of the fun assembling and eating they had to work carefully as a team deciding how to spend their budget. They were only given £10 and price lists, and had to select the correct equipment needed (including pencils and recording sheets!) They worked extremely hard...
As well as the statue in the Peace Garden, the GIFT Team have also prepared some displays. Here are some of the children cutting out daisies.
Here they are putting up pictures of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and Our Lady of Czestochowa.