In Science, Class 5 have been looking at how a meteor impacts the moon’s surface. We learnt that because the moon has no atmosphere; the craters that have impacted the moon will remain on the moon’s surface forever. We set up an experiment to see what happens to the moon’s surface when a meteor hits!
Class 5 have been learning about the planets in our solar system. They ordered the planets from the closest to the furthest away from the sun. To understand the relative size they made playdough planets. To replicate our solar system they went outside and used a variety of fruits to represent each planet’s size and … Read more
Class 5 took a trip to Great Yarmouth to visit the Time and Tide museum to take part in Titanic workshop activities. The children stepped back in time to become real passengers aboard the HMS Titanic! They met Lady Strauss and her maid Ellen and learnt what it was like to be First Class passengers. … Read more
We have had a fabulous afternoon in our volcano and earthquake workshop. We were able to share our knowledge of this topic and learn many new and exciting things about this subject. We engaged in drama activities, quizzes and games. Have a look at our gallery of photos which will show you the fun we … Read more