Here we are sharing our first ideas for a Just So story.
We have chosen a favourite animal and decided on the new feature we want to explain.
Already we have some language from the Rudyard Kipling originals, O Best Beloved.
Watch out for our published stories.
What has light got to do with glasses of water?
Year 6 had an investigative science lesson looking at refraction. We predicted, observed and drew conclusions from our investigation. We investigated the optical illusion of why a straw sometimes looks distorted when in a glass of water and what happens when you put an arrow behind a glass of water.
Try it yourself and see what happens! Why not ask Year 6 to share their knowledge of refraction and explain why these optical illusions happen?
Thursday 10th March is World Mental Health Day. In assemblies this week the children have been thinking about the importance of talking in order to support others as well as look after our own Mental Health.
Friday 4th October was World Smile Day. Holly said that her music teacher made her smile because she has passed her music exams. What a great smile! Congratulations Holly!