Butterfly Count

Over the Summer, if you get a chance, get involved in the Big Butterfly Count!  Butterflies are really important as they are pollinators but they are on the decline.  This project is looking at just how many butterflies there are in different areas all over the UK.  Check out the website for more information and […]

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Tornado in a jar!

In 3/4 this term we are learning about the world in our theme Wild Earth.  As I have been researching wild weather, I came across this super scientist and thought I would share because this is something you could try at home!  Have fun 🙂 http://www.popsci.com/let-this-mini-scientist-named-oliver-teach-you-all-about-tornados-cutest-way-possible

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Physics in action!

  Yesterday was Science Enquiry Day, one of my favourite days of each term!  This time we were incredibly fortunate to have visitors from The Royal Aeronautical society, ARA and Lockheed Martin along with a Wind Tunnel and a Thermal Imaging Camera.  KS1 and KS2 children got to see the scientists and the equipment in […]

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