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Tag Archives: science
The Kraken Bubble from Rowan Class took part in some special science this afternoon making bubble wands and then testing them with different types of bubble solution. Firstly, Mr Stanley cut some spare willow and each pupil was given two … Continue reading
The science experiments that were part of our latest home learning pack appear to be very popular. Amelie carried out the experiment to measure the capacity of her lungs. ” We really enjoyed the science experiment to measure lung capacity. … Continue reading
It’s been great to receive some more examples of home learning produced by pupils in Rowan Class. Today, we have an excellent diagram of the heart drawn by James and Jake’s character description of Zero from Holes.
Class AS have been playing a full part in Science week. We conducted experiments on toothpaste (check out the Kafuro Liss blog for more details about this along with how Kafuro responded to it), the surface tension of milk and … Continue reading
Some people have been saying Class AS has been a bit smelly recently. No, it isn’t the children’s feet or Mr Stanley forgetting to put on his deodorant in the morning, but an interesting experiment we have been running on micro organisms. … Continue reading