Upper Key Stage Two get curious with Science
On Wednesday Years 5 & 6 had an interesting and informative visit to "We the Curious" in Bristol. The children were able to take part in a variety of interactive lectures that were relevant to the things they have been learning about in school. They were also able to go on the many exhibits around the centre all looking at different aspects of Science. Some of the children were congratulated by members of the public on their excellent behaviour, and they all had a great day. Thank you to all the Year 5 & 6 children for representing the school so well. Thank you to the many parents who helped on the day and to the Upper Key Stage Two teachers who accompanied the children and to Miss Rudd for organising the trip.
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Well done Leo for going the extra mile!
Class HR topic this term is Earth and Space in Science so Leo decided to complete extra homework to support his learning.
Well done Leo!
Last Friday the Butterflies and Bumblebees had a wonderful time exploring Bath City Farm.
They saw pigs, sheep and were even brave enough to feed the goats and chickens! After this they went on a bug hunt and identified slugs, snails and spiders amongst other minibeasts!
They learnt a lot about farming and Harvest time as well as having lots of fun!
Thank you to Miss Honeybell for organising this trip and to all the EYFS staff who helped on the day.
A big thank you to all the helpers who joined us on this trip.