Splish, Splash, Splosh

Little Chicks were enjoying paddling in the water.

Category: Little Chicks

water sensory

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Man over board!

The Ducklings have been testing the pirate ships that they built to see if they could float. They also investigated to see how many pirate passengers they could safely fit on board before capsizing!

Category: Ducklings

outdoor learning water investigation Understanding the World

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Playing and Exploring

The Ducklings and Little Chicks have loved exploring and problem solving in the water tray during this lovely weather. They constructed and figured out a way for the fish to travel between the water trays by talking and working together.

Category: Ducklings

outdoor learning water Understanding the World

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Problem solving

The ducklings have enjoyed solving the problem of how to get the apples out of the cylinders by just using the water and pipettes. It was also a good activity for strengthening their finger muscles to prepare them for writing.

Category: Ducklings

outdoor learning water problem solving Funky Fingers

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United Utilities Workshop

This week Kestrels enjoyed an interesting and interactive afternoon with Jayne from United Utilities. 

Jayne spent the afternoon teaching the children all about the water cycle and discussing different ways we can all save water around the home and school. 

The children found the afternoon…

Category: Kestrels

water geography LKS2

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Owls' Visitor from Kingfisher Education funded by United Utilities

The children in Owls thoroughly enjoyed meeting their visitor Dave, who was representing United Utilities. He discussed the water cycle in great detail and how everyone can save water. The children learnt lots of exciting facts and have each made a water saving promise.

 

 

Category: Owls

science water LKS2

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Water, Water!

The children in Kestrels have loved starting our new topic all about water  this week. 

We have set up our own experiment to see what happens to different materials when they are left in water for long periods of time and we have began to explore the book This Morning I Met a Whale by Michael…

Category: Kestrels

kestrels KS2 PE water active lifestyles LKS2

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Owls' Predict the Next Chapter of Why the Whales Came Through Drama

The children in Owls have been enjoying the story Why the Whales Came to link in with our Water, Water, Everywhere theme.

 

Category: Owls

water English LKS2 drama

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Art and RE Day in Owls

On Tuesday 18th April as a whole school we had an Art and RE Day. Our focus was the Easter Story and the symbols of the Holy Spirit. To start we presentented our homework, 'What does Easter mean to me?' We then looked at the symbol we has been given by Mrs Lees and Mrs Wills. Our symbol was water.…

Category: Owls

owls year3 art year4 water display RE helping others symbols

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Owls answer the question, ' Why we should keep the library loan book box service?'

Why should we keep the library loan book box service?

 

What have you used the library loan book box service for?

 

How has this helped with your learning?

Category: Owls

owls year3 topic year4 reading science water English library service books ancient Egypt

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Water, Water Everywhere

Our new topic is Water, Water Everywhere!

 

For our topic homeowrk we had to create a 3d poster which linked to water. We could choose anything!

 

In class we have now started finding out about rivers, the water cycle, solids, liquids and gases AND the River Nile.

 

What have you…

Category: Owls

owls year3 topic year4 Design and Technology nonfiction water

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