• Year 1 98.2%
  • Year 2 95%
  • Year 3 98.2%
  • Year 4 97.3%
  • Year 5 98.2%
  • Year 6 96.5%
  • Year 7 94.5%
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Science in classes.

Science in classes-archive!

Year 2 were building a house for the 3 pigs.
Which material is best for the house.
Will the bricks and cement make a strong house?
Y1 investigating changes in shadows.
Ayra is investigating her shadow.
Is the shadow long or short?
Making fun shadows with our bodies!
Making hand warmers- changes in materils.
Class 7: science outside and show us food chains.
Making Venn diagrams outside.
What's the animal? Are they a carnivore?
Am i a herbivore?
Year 3- working our muscles. Which ones do we use?
Year 3 making muscles.
Muscle makers in year 3.
Mrs Evans and "Sue the skeleton!"
Class 7 making a frog habitat hotel.
Any frog would be proud to to stay here!
class 7 know what a habitat needs to provide.
Year 1 learning about shadows-do they change?
Why is the shadow long?
Would they be the same length in the afternoon?
Reception learning to classify artic animals.
Maths and science are best buddies!
Class 7 learning about light damage to eyes.
What changes to the eye did we observe?
"It's going cloudy."
We made observations every 15 minutes.
Frog habitat hotels.
Class 7 wrote a tourist leaflet for their hotel.
Reception exploring materials.
Would the house be strong enough to stop the wolf?
Would brick make a strong house for the pigs?
Where's that Wolf?
Does the Wolf know about materials?
Could the Wolf blow this one down?
Are sticks and marshmallows strong enough?
Reception children's ideas and thoughts.
Reception children investigating materials.
Which material is waterproof?
We investigated which materials are waterproof.
Maths and science are best buddies.
We explore different ways of presenting data.
Investigation friction-science outdoors!
The foundation stage investigating friction.
What makes the car go faster?
Does the sandpaper slow the car down?
What will detergent do?
Class 7 investigated a plant on our yard.
We made eco weed killer.
Year 4 investigated what makes teeth decay.
Class 7 investigating water transport in plants.
Class 7 asking questions.
Making predictions.
The investigation is ready!
We observed the plant for 3 weeks.
We address our misconceptions in science.
 Our own vocabulary cards for our science board.
We write them...we remember them!
Y 2 know that maths and science are best buddies!
Yr2 investigating materials.
Yr observing materials and recording their data.
Is that brick rough or smooth?
What is the everyday use of this material?
Observing, investigating and concluding.
Recording our learning.
Exploring and investigating materials.
Y2 investigating best materials for umbrellas.
Measuring our materials-using maths.
Would our umbrella keep us dry.
It's raining again!
FS children were investigating ice.
describing the properties of ice.
"Its cold, my hand freezing."
FS made expolding snowmen-how does ice behave?
Yr 3 made human models of plant structures.
The roots do what year 3?
The stem and roots.
Class 7's season trees using what they know.
Spring brings spring blossom!
Full green leaves for summer.
Autumn means change of colour.
Frost, snow and ice on branches in winter.
Red, yellow, gold and brown in autumn.
Summer leaves.
Deciduous or evergreen? Class 7 know!
Spring blossom, getting ready for summer.
Class 7 wrote labels for the season trees.
Year 3 get ready for their investigation.
How is water transported in plants?
Yr 3 used celery, daffodils and tulips.
What did you learn year 3?
Measuring and pouring in yr 3.
Maths and science are best buddies!
Accurate measuring in yr 3.
Working as a science team.
Yr 3 observed and recorded changes.
Yr 4  in the news letter-testing sound waves.
The reception class are becoming botanists!
Reception learnt about bulbs & parts of a plant.
Class 7 went on a material hunt around school.
Science outside is fun.
Class 7 investigation materials outdoors.
Yr 3 were investigating seed dispersal.
Will the seeds be dispersed quickly in water?
We made a stream to investigate seeds in water.
How well will the seeds be dispersed?
The hair dryer was the wind for seed dispersal.
Seeds in the balloon-bursting out and dispersed.
Yr 3 learnt about birds dispersing seeds in waste.
The bird dropped the seeds.
Yr3 measured the distance seeds were dispersed.
Yr 2 planted potato tubers in their yard.

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