Science

Investigating materials

Investigating materials

This week we have been learning about materials and their features.
first we investigated ways we can change the shape of materials and whether these changes were reversible.

Next we worked scientifically to investigate which materials would allow a toy car to roll the furthest along it. We mostly predicted a wooden floor as it was smooth and flat. Our conclusion confirmed our prediction.

Year 3 – Science – Animals, including Humans

Year 3 – Science – Animals, including Humans

Children have been learning about healthy eating and the human body as part of our science unit: Animals, including humans. In today’s lesson, children learned the names and location of a variety of human bones, this included: the skull, the vertebral column (spine); the scapula, the femur, the pelvis, and many others located in both… Continue Reading

Y5 Science

Y5 Science

Year 5 have been learning about forces in science this half term. They have used their new knowledge about gravity, air resistance, water resistance, friction, levers and pulleys to carry out investigations. The children have chosen enquiry questions to investigate, planned their own tests, carried them out and analysed the results to draw their own… Continue Reading

Year 3 – Science – Soils

Year 3 – Science – Soils

In our science unit this term, children have been learning all about rocks, soils, and fossils. In today’s lesson, children focused on how rocks turn into soul. They focused on how weathering can quicken this procedure and learned how rocks can expand during the day and contract during the night, and how this process of… Continue Reading