* Owls Illumination Project and electrical circuits.

All the children in Owls' Class have absolutely loved our electricity topic this half term. They were really excited to learn about how electrical circuits work and enjoyed exploring the different elements to a circuit and testing how to make them a complete circuit and light up the bulb and/or…

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Owls' Create Circuits in Science

The children in Owls all loved creating circuits in science. Can you remember what a complete circuit and an incomplete circuit is? What do you notice about them both?

 

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Owls' Poetry Performance.

The children in Owls all wrote a poem using lots of descriptive words. We all discussed how to make our poem interesting for the reader by using expression and voice intonation. Everyone read their poem out in class and did a fantastic job. Well done Owls.

 

 

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The Carleton Green Dragon Visits on Reading Day

We had a fantastic Reading Day!! First we listened to an exciting story told by Dan Worsley. After that, we listened to Mr Cooper tell us about his experience of the CG Dragon that morning. At break time we discovered that a dragon's egg had been discovered and there was real CCTV coverage of the…

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What a Week!!!

We have had such an exciting first, full week back at school. Mrs Noctor, Mrs Rogers and I have been so impressed with how everyone has settled in to our new Owls' Class. We have had a busy week with lots of wonderful learning opportunities.

The children thoroughly enjoyed swimming and are…

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Owls' Holiday Homework

Hi Owls,

To get ready for coming back to school on Thursday 6th September and to link in with our topic; Sparks Might Fly, I would like you to look around your house and make a list of any appliances, such as kettle, hairdryer etc, which need electricity to work.

 

See you on…

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OS Maps

We created large outdoor Ordnance Survey maps on the playground using and applying our skills and knowledge from our learning about maps and mapping.  See our Twitter feed for photos.

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Performance Poetry

Today we performed poetry with a partner, we also put expression into our work and brilliant actions.  We talked about different to ensure that our poetry was performed expressively.  We looked at how different poems are set out and also some of the language features used.  Today we noted in the…

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Trip to the Harris Museum

Our trip to the Harris Museum was a really enjoyable experience.  We had the opportunity to do an archaeological dig for bones that belonged to the Poulton Elk and to identify the type of animal it was based on using the evidence provided.  Then we went to look at the skeleton of the Elk and…

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Investigating ancient poo!

As part of our topic and science week we investigated and disecting ancient poo.  We then analysed the contents of the poo as to what period of time the poo came from.  We had a fantastic time and discovered that our poo samples came from the Egyptian period based on the items found in the poo…

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Science

This afternoon a mixture of Owls, Doves and Kestrels have been doing a range of experiments and investigations.  We were using chromatography to split the colours in felt tips to see what colours  had been mixed together to make that colour felt tip. We also looked at how the coloured sugar…

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Earthquake structures

In Owls we have been studying all about earthquakes.  We have learnt that there are 2 scales used for measuring the intensity of earthquakes.  The first is called the Richter scale which is recorded on a seismograph and the second is called the Mercalli scale.

We had a go at creating a…

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