To help with their historical enquiry skills and as part of their science topic on fossils, the children went to Manchester Museum for a fabulous trip to be Dinosaur Detectives. They had a brilliant guide in Hannah, who first of all revealed a dinosaur's foot from beneath a black cloth. The children had to work hard and think about...
As part of Year 3 's Science the children have to understand how soil is made. To help their understanding they made a mini compost bin with worms included! They had to treat the worms very carefully and had to take care when using the compost and the food that was put in the bin.
Over the next few weeks...
Year 3's Science topic is rocks and soils. One of the first activities was to decide if a rock occurred in nature - was natural - or if it had been created by humans. The children worked in Kagan groups to sort them. Some children used actual rocks whilst others used pictures of different rock types.
In preparation for our Science trip of 10th November 2017, the children practised handling objects carefully because they would be holding fossils that were millions of years old when they went to Manchester Museum. Here they are being really careful.
We created our ownreoeating patterns using two colours and our challenge then was to use three colours. We found it a little tricky at first but we used threading beads and different shapes to help us.
In Year2 we have been learning about the sacrament of Baptism. The sacrament welcomes people into God's family
The Baptism candle represents that Christ is the light of the world. We were asked if we think Jesus is the light of the world. We share our answers with different people during a 'Speed Share'!
The Baptism candle represents that Christ is...