Blog by Tag: scienceweek2018
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…
As part of science week this week, Herons were set a challenge to see if they coulld make a nest as good as birds can. They could only use outdoor materials to help them. They worked together to build a nest to see if it could hold their class bird Squarky.
Did you complete the challenge?…
As part of science week this week, Herons had to explore and discover which foods would be the best to take to Polar Regions. They had to think about weight and money. They worked together ass polar explorers.
Did you complete the challenge? How? What did you find out?
This week has been British Science Week. In Kestrels' class we have been Archaeologists. We have been dissecting 'Prehistoric Poo' to find out what humans and animals from different periods in history ate.
It's a yukky job but someone had to do it!
Eagles have been discussing and experimenting with nappies!
Being on a space walk for nearly 7 or 8 hours at time presents its challenges. Astro-nappies can come in very handy.
Eagles felt they needed to be:
flexible, warm (outer space is cold; -90!!!), absorbent, waterproof on…
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…