Exploring how light is made up of a spectrum of colours by making a colour wheel.
In our Science investigation, the children observed which conditions mould grew quickest in.
Classification - arranging objects according to their colour, material and use.
Combining Science with Art, the children created clay hearts
The Art of being human - the children drew a diagram to show the double circulatory system, they then acted out the process, putting their red jumpers back over their blue shirts as the blood became oxygenated.
In Science, this half term our topic is 'Light'. The children experimented with light reflecting off of a mirror and had to carefully position the torch so that the reflective angle and the incident angle were equal.
In Science, the children designed and made periscopes. They had great fun spying on the other classes!
Oak class explored our school’s local habitat. We used a key to help us specify unknown tree species from looking at their leaves, searched for wildlife and discovered some eggs!
We used the Linnaean system to classify living things on a grand scale!
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