In Science, we have been discovering how we see and how light travels, enabling us to see objects around us. We learned that when rays of light reflect, they obey the ‘Law of Reflection’, creating two angles.
We wanted to know if this statement was true so we designed an experiment to test this claim. Here we are conducting our experiement.
Today we started talking about the changing weather and the seasons. What season are we in now? Have you seen any signs of this season?
Although Spring feels quite far away we have planted some bulbs so we can have a beautiful display of flowers when the time comes. First we had to get the weeds out and we even found last years potatoes. Then we could get started. Can you remember what we had to do? How did we plant the bulbs?
Hope you are all well and ready for the first week of our ‘Long Distance Learning’ 🙂 As you know, we won’t be introducing any completely new learning as you might expect in school but the work you find here will make sure you don’t forget all the amazing skills you have gathered so far. I’m aiming to provide at least two hours worth of school work per day. I’ll be here to answer any questions you have and generally keep in touch with you all. 🙂
The first batch of work will appear tomorrow morning. In the meantime, here are some gorgeous pictures of our visit to Down House earlier this month. What a fantastic day that was!
3K did an amazing job on their class assembly! We learned so much about our science topic of Rocks and Fossils. We also had a fantastic time learning about the story of Mary Anning. Very well done everyone!
I’ve really enjoyed the science projects the children have been bringing in to demonstrate their learning about the digestive system. We’ve had some really super work, and the children have been so creative! Here are just some of the projects we’ve had, but I’m sure there will be many more to add.