Well done to Seren for her fantastic drawing of a wolf as part of Year 3’s topic work last week. She has use the grid technique when copying the original picture to help her with making sure the scale of her drawing was correct. Keep up the hard work, Seren!
Well done to Kada for her scientific skills in creating her very own lava lamp. An amazing piece of science!
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Eve in 5N has created this beautifully presented poster all about Isaac Newton. Does anybody know what he is famous for? Keep up the good work, Eve!
Well done to Melissa in Year 6. She has applied her topic knowledge to her home learning and classified her slime charms.
Thank you to Jamie for sharing more of his home water experiments – this looked like a high amount of fun as well as scientific! Well done, Jamie.
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Thank you to Melissa and Jay for sharing their informative volcano posters with us. Well done to both of you!
Thank you to Dylan for sharing his brilliant Gregosaurus with us. Well done for following the video so well!
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Well done to Sonny and Nancy for recreating their very own Greek Olympics this weekend. After a much battled afternoon of games, including basketball hoops, long jump, hopping races, it came down to a tie breaker of paper aeroplane throwing!
Well done to Sparta, aka Sonny, who won the tie breaker!
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Well done to Eloise for creating a brilliant comic strip which explains how fossils are made – a very clear and informative piece of work.