To kick National Science Week off with a bang, Sarah Lalor, from StemWorks, came into school to lead a whole school science day.  The day started with an assembly, all about the power of wind and how it can be harnessed to propel vehicles. Sarah 
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Year 3’s design technology this half term is food tech. The children have been tasting different dips, finding out what their ingredients are and practising kitchen skills such as grating cheese and chopping garlic and onions. The children have recorded their observations and likes and 
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In DT this half term Year 1 are concentrating on food technology in their topic ‘Super Salads’. This week they carried out some research into different foods that are often used in salads. They talked about the different food groups that the foods belonged to, 
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Year 3 finished off their DT topic on pneumatic systems this week. Having investigated how pneumatics can be used to move things, and looking at the use of values, the children designed and made their own moving parts mascots, creating a pneumatic system to provide 
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In DT this term Year 6 are focussing on food technology. Their topic is ‘Biscuits’. Last week the children investigated a range of biscuits looking at the key, basic ingredients named on the packing, styles of biscuits (iced, sandwiched, chocolate, fruit etc), cost per biscuit 
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This week Year 3 started their new Design Technology topic, ‘Pneumatic Systems’. They were given a bag with a straw, a balloon, a yoghurt pot and some tape in it, and worked in small groups to investigate how they could use these items to move 
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Year 3 have really enjoyed their textile unit: Bendy Bags. They learnt how to sew running stitch and back-stitch, researched different types of bags and how to create an opener using bendy plastic. The children then planned their own bags, made prototypes and used these 
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This half term Year 3 have been focussing on healthy dips. In previous weeks they researched a range of shop bought dips, from humus to salsa, looking at the ingredients, tasting them and deciding which ones they liked and why. This week the children carried 
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Last week Henerietta delivered the story ‘What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside’, by Julia Donaldson, and Bertie the Bee left Reception Class the rhyme, ‘Ladybug, Ladybug, Fly Away Home’ in his garden. The children soon discovered they were going to be learning about some 
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Last week Reception Class continued to explore different types of transport, with a focus on aeroplanes. The children were set a homework challenge to make a paper aeroplane ready for a competition. They tested all their planes in the hall, to find out whose went 
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