Dosbarth Miss Powell and Dosbarth Mrs Curtis had a great outdoor practical science experiment today, testing the effects of centripetal force. Some nervous faces, as the learners hoped to not have a splash
We went to Severn Valley Country Park, first we had a look at the map. Then we went to the meadow to try and catch mini beasts with nets. Then we went to the woods and pulled apart the log piles to look for mini beasts.
We had lunch then went to the pond and tried to catch fish and mini beasts. My favourite bit was pond dipping.
Dosbarth Miss Burgoyne trip report by a year 2 pupil.
We have been very lucky to have Heather in today telling us all about her job role as a beekeeper and answering lots of our questions about bees and honey. We even got to taste some honey from Heather’s bees…. yum yum!
We have been learning about seed germination and have carried out an experiment to explore this over the last few weeks. We made predictions, observations and communicated our findings.
This week we have been busy on a minibeast hunt as part of our maths lesson on collecting data. We managed to find a range of minibeasts hiding and made a tally of these to plot onto a graph and answer questions on.
We have been learning about Andy Warhol and have created some minibeast prints based on his work.
Dosbarth Miss Powell had a brilliant time on our virtual rollercoaster. This prompted our descriptive writing planning.
Dosbarth Mrs Curtis a Dosbarth Miss Powell have been busy this week getting the garden ready for planting vegetables. The children worked in teams to clear the beds. They pulled up dead flowers, (being careful of the bulbs so we can replant next year) and removed all the weeds.
We will be planting our vegetables very soon!
This week we have been learning about the Queen’s Jubilee. As part of this we have been busy making our very own crowns and bunting in preparation for our Jubilee party that we held today.
This week we have been learning about observational drawing and drew our own flowers.