We explored the computing curriculum using the iPads and J2E website. We wrote a simple program and ‘debugged’ it to find errors.
Today, we noticed more tiny cracks appearing in some of the eggs, as well as one or two of the eggs being seen to suddenly wobble. Definitely evidence that some of the chicks are seriously considering breaking their shells and joining us! Two of the Year 5 boys are seen here keeping the water trays in the incubator to the
On Tuesday 21st January 2020, 30 children went to the Resorts World Arena to perform in the Young Voices concert. They were part of a choir of 6000 children from all around the Midlands and Wales! They performed artists such as Tony Hadley and The Shires. The concert was brilliant and I am sure many amazing memories were made that
We went into Hub 2 to use Google Expeditions on the new iPads. We went on a VR tour of the Great Barrier Reef and we also used AR to see coral and sharks up close. We thought about interesting vocabulary that we could use to describe what we saw and then used this to write a descriptive setting for
Look at our brilliant bridges. Our challenge was to make a bridge strong enough to let the Billy Goats Gruff walk across. We then acted out the story using some lollipop stick puppets. We had great fun working with our partner.
In our work on life-cycles, 5W have recently investigated the internal and external parts of an unfertilised chicken egg, like those that we buy in the shops. Although we were all familiar with a chicken egg, using torches and tweezers, we were able to look much closer than we have ever looked before and then separate each part. We then