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19 April 2024

Learning Process of the Caterpillar

The children have been learning and understanding the process in which a caterpillar takes in order to become a butterfly. 
 

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17 April 2024

Parts of Plants and Their Function

This week in our science in Team Badgers, we have been learning about the different parts of a plant and their function.  We learnt about the importance of each part and how it contributes to the healthy growth of the plant. We made posters to show our learning use real life plants!

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16 April 2024

Animal Fact Files

In Science, Team Meadow have been using secondary sources to research diffferent animals. We then created fact files using the information we had collected. 

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16 April 2024

STEM day in Team Meadow

To celebrate STEM Day, Meadow were given a challenge to plan and create a bird nest! They're mission was to ensure that birds' eggs were to be kept safe and warm in a nest. They worked really hard together as a team to create the shape and then to fill it using the correct materials such as twigs,…

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12 April 2024

Making a Bird Nest!

To celebrate STEM Day, Rabbits were given a challenge to plan and create a bird nest! They're mission was to ensure that birds' eggs were to be kept safe and warm in a nest. They worked really hard together as a team to create the shape and then to fill it using the correct materials such as…

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12 April 2024

STEM in Hedgehogs

We have had lots of fun making marble runs during our STEM day! We have been competing to make the slowest marble run. We have worked in teams to create some AMAZING marble runs and the children are very proud of themselves. Well done team Hedgehogs, you have…

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12 April 2024

STEM in Starlings!

We have had SO much fun during out STEM day this week! We have been competing to make the slowest marble run, using our science, maths, design and technology knowledge around textures, friction, angles and speed to help us. We have created some MASTERPIECES and have really impressed our teacher…

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12 April 2024

Science in Team Starlings!

This week in Science, Team Starlings have been investigating how the mass of an object affects it's gravity. We had a great time drawing planets on the playground to get an idea of their comparative scaled sizes, and enjoyed researching what the gravity is like on other planets. This half term, we…

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12 April 2024

Sunflower STEM Day

Sunflowers have had so much fun experimenting outside in the water to see what objects float or sink. We predicted what we think might happen before carrying out the investigation. 

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11 April 2024

Daffodils - Forest School (UOW)

This week, we have been reading 'Yucky Worms'. We have learned all about worms, including where they live, what they eat and what happens if they come into contact with a spade. Today, we found a worm in Forest School and spent lots of time watching it wriggling through the dirt. 

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18 March 2024

Science Week in Rabbits

Last week was Science Week. We loved linking all of our subjects to science and showing off all our scientific knowledge! In our Science lessons we are studying Biology- Animals including humans. We looked at the similarities and differences of animal features. 

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15 March 2024

Starlings Enjoy Science Week!

This week we enjoyed double science, looking at the life cycle of an amphibian and the life cycle of an insect. We had so much fun hearing about real experiments from real scientists, and discovered that Red-eyed Tree Frog Tadpoles are so intelligent that they can hatch from their eggs early if…

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