Work of the Week

17/11/2017 – Science Day

Please click on the photos below to see our work of the week!

Reception 1

Andrew Parkinson Foster was experimenting with ice. She looked at how it melted and was able to explain that the sun melts the ice outside because it is warm. We looked at how ice is made and if it melts, can we get it back again. We tested this to see if we were right! Andrew did super predictions and explained what happened afterwards! Well done Andrew!

Rec 1 and 2

Reception 2

Nicole Pademassi was experimenting with ice. She looked at how it melted and predicted what would happen. We looked at how ice is made and if it melts, can we get it back again. She explained that if we put it in the freezer, it will turn back to ice. We tested this out and she was right! Well done Nicole!

Rec 1 and 2

 Year 1

In Year 1 our work of the week goes to Bella Cross. On Science Day, Bella was fantastic scientist and tried her best during all of the activities by asking questions, making predictions and making gooey slime! Well done Bella!

Y1 Bella Cross

Year 2/1

In Year 2/1 Finlay Fletcher worked very hard on Science Day. During Science Day, Finlay followed the instructions and added the correct amounts of each substance to make his slime.  Finlay predicted what his slime might have felt like using fantastic scientific vocabulary. Well done Finlay!

Finley Fletcher Y21

Year 2

This week has been science week and Y2 have Taylar Litherland has worked really hard and used lots of scientific vocabulary during the experiments. Well done Taylar Litherland!

Taylar Litherland Y2

Year 3

Joe Dardis and Jack Washington worked extremely hard during Science day. They both worked together to create an electrical circuit. Brilliant teamwork boys!

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Year 4/3

In Year 4/3 our work of the week goes to Ben Sargent. On Science Day, Ben proved himself to be a fantastic scientist during all of the activities by asking questions, carefully planning and making sure all of our investigations were fair and thorough. Well done Ben!

Ben Sargent Y43

Year 4

This week in Y4, Olivia Howarth demonstrated fantastic understanding on Science Day. She could explain to the class where each of the different types of teeth are situated in the mouth and explain what they’re used for. Great work Olivia!

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Year 5

This week in Y5 was so science week and Tyler Oglesby-Lowe investigated resistence using a variety of resources as well as using lots of super scientific vocabulary

Tyler Oglesby-Lowe Y5

Year 6/5

Larrance Watson-Jones worked very hard during science day to explain what a fair test meant and then to apply strict fair testing rules to investigate how fast objects dropped to the floor. Well done Larrance.

Larrance Watson-Jones

Year 6

Shaun O’Callaghan and Jake Washington worked together to complete a range of challenges involving electrical circuits. The showed great teamwork and resilience to make a range of different switches to create complete circuits for a variety of purposes- well done!

Shaun O Callaghan & Jake Washington Y6