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Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition

Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 1
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 2
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 3
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 4
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 5
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 6
Year 1 made junk-model cars for our school-wide Wacky Race competition 7

Year 1 were pretending to be jet-plane fuel with an RAF Engineer

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Year 4 were learning about sound and had great fun making string telephones

Year 4 were learning about sound and had great fun making string telephones 1

Y3 are exploring magnetic force.

Year 3 have been learning about skeletons.

Year 5 were learning about the solar system

Year 5 were learning about the solar system 1
Year 5 were learning about the solar system 2

Year 4 were learning about teeth and made their own 3D models of the different teeth.

Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times. They learn through hands on experience and observation. We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered. In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it.

Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 1 Exploring forces
Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 2 Exploring materials
Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 3 Exploring forces
Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 4 Exploring materials
Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 5 Exploring materials
Pre-School children explore the world around them through play and in group times.  They learn through hands on experience and observation.  We encourage them to talk about what they have seen and discovered.  In the early years the children can take their own learning in the direction that interests them, for example, upon discovering ice in the garden the children have used magnifying glasses to learn more about it. 6 What is happening? Our ice is melting!

During our 'Super Scientist' topic, the Reception children have enjoyed learing about freezing and melting, electricity, magnets, light and dark and floating and sinking. We have been talking about similarities and differences, observing changes and thinking about why things occur.

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