Berners-Lee enjoyed learning all about body parts today. A highlight was drawing around each other with chalk before filling the outline with the major internal body parts! What an ingenious use of rocks to stop their intestines from blowing away! #STEAMEducation
This week in Marconi class we have been learning how to have a healthy lifestyle. The children had fun drawing around each other and the organs inside their body. In PE we discussed what happens to our heart when we exercise.
Wow! Anning class have produced some amazing artwork this week, using oil pastels, in the style of Giuseppe Arcimboldo 🥝🍓🍋 We are so proud of you!
Last week, Brunel designed and built bug and insect hotels. They ensured they were sustainable by reusing old materials that were donated. They thoroughly enjoyed being sustainable engineers! #futureengineers #STEAMeducation #GreatSciShare
Shackleton have been creating and building their own worms farms. They enjoy checking back on them to see if we have any live visitors 🪱 #GreatSciShare.
Here's a Team Johnson pupil getting stuck in to the Youth Ocean and Climate Summit for @sascampaigns last week. As one of the youngest in the group, she was able to articulate her commitment to protecting our oceans very well! We are very proud of her! #GreatSciShare2021
Marconi Class have been finding how to stay healthy. The children have discussed why we need to eat a balanced diet #GreatSciShare. They enjoyed sorting out healthy and unhealthy foods.
Jemison Class have been busy observing our caterpillars! They have made lots of predictions about what will happen next. 🦋
Berners-Lee used impressive enquiry skills to answer their STEAM topic question ‘how do you look after a penguin? They completed this during remote learning but we were still incredibly impressed with their commitment to research and experiments! #GreatSciShare #STEAMEducation
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