Next week is half term, which will be a welcomed rest for pupils and staff alike. It is important that we continue to track and trace anyone who develops symptoms of Covid-19 over the holiday. If your child develops symptoms between Friday 28th May and Sunday 30th May, please contact the school mobile phone on 07759439683. This will enable leaders to track any close contacts in school, to advise them to isolate. Thank you for all your support during this half term. I hope you
We had lots of fun on Science Day! Year One had lots of fun learning about different animals as well as wind power. Y3 - Today we explored how light reflects of different materials and also what materials let light through or block light and discovered these materials are called either transparent, translucent or opaque. In the afternoon, we started a long-term experiment on the effects and impacts of acid rain. We placed leaves and eggshell which represent living things and
Reception said Goodbye to their pet butterflies today. Mrs Scott carefully peeled back the lid and then set them free. We have really enjoyed watching them grow from Caterpillars to Cocoons and now to Butterflies!
The Year 4 Afterschool scientists finished tonight with a fizz and a froth! Nawaaz really enjoyed learning something new, especially testing the reaction of bicarbonate of soda, detergent and vinegar. Melissa said she enjoyed science club because it was fun. Zarah enjoyed making lava lamps, and the exploding coke was popular with everyone. Mrs "Scienson" and Mrs "Scienskowski" would like to thank all the children for their enthusiasm and teamwork.