Which material is the most reflective?

Which material is the most reflective?

Year 4 are working their way through their Science unit all about light. Today, we looked at reflective materials and investigated which material would be best to use on a book bag, so that the children would be seen in the dark, when near roads. We attached a piece...
Investigating Darwin’s theory of evolution and adaptation

Investigating Darwin’s theory of evolution and adaptation

This week, we have been learning about the theories of Charles Darwin. After his observations when visiting the Galapagos Islands and how bird beaks were adapted to suit their surrounding environment, we completed our own investigation to see which bird beaks are...
Y3 Science – Magnetism

Y3 Science – Magnetism

This week in science we learnt about magnetism. We found out that all magnets have two poles – a north pole and a south pole. After some investigation and exploration of different magnets, particularly bar magnets, we discovered that, no matter how much we...
STEM challenges at home

STEM challenges at home

This week we have been taking part in lots of different science activities. Some of them were linked to our story of the week, Supertato! On Wednesday we were asked to think about how our body felt as we were exercising and after we had finished exercising. We were...
Super Scientists

Super Scientists

Year 4 have had a fabulous time at home doing their science work. They enjoyed exploring the effects of chromatography when growing their own rainbows as well as making real rainbows using light and water! They also enjoyed using natural materials to make their own...