We have been investigating a region of Italy to find out more about the culture, landscape, population, traditions, sport, foods and climate. Whilst researching our region we used the learning power of resourceful, as we used technology and books to gather the information.
Since Christmas, P4 have been enjoying the science focus in class learning all about the human body, its organs and bones and how to keep these healthy. We also studied some common illnesses suffered by some of our peers, some of the symptoms and prevention measures available. We also recognised how everyone has the right to the best possible healthcare.
We have now started a topic on Food Chains and have completed a K (Knowledge), W (What we would like to learn) and H (How we would like to learn) grid and are looking forward to learning about food chains in different communities such as the ocean, the rainforest and in our woodlands.
As tomorrow is the last day before the February break, please note that pupils may dress down in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind charity. A small donation would be appreciated.
School closes at the usual time tomorrow.
Happy holidays everyone!!!
During P6x`s space topic we have experimented and done lots of different things. Some of the things we enjoyed doing the most were: gravity experiments, making our own bottle rockets, learning about space travel, learning about the big bang and also making our own flip notes. We enjoyed this topic very much!
In this EXCITING topic we were taught a variety of different things such as: dramas about deforestation, endangered animals, tribes that live in the rainforest, making our own pygmy villages and different rainforests around the world. When we finished this topic we went onto our new EXCITING topic.
In this topic we have learned different parts of the flower. The male parts of the flower are: Anther and the Filament. The female parts of the are: Stigma, Eggs, the ovary and the Style. We also dissected are own flowers then we went in pairs and on whiteboards labelled all the parts of the flower.
Thank you for reading.
By Simon and Jay