Last week saw the final session of Fizzpop Science club. Both groups, Key Stage 1 and 2, hosted their ‘Fizzpop Graduation ceremonies’, where each child was given a certificate and gift (UV invisible ink pens) to celebrate their successful completion of the course. They were also quizzed, in teams, to check what they had learned in the previous four sessions
This week our younger children became detectives and looked at some forensic techniques. Our older children identified when chemical changes take place, using slime, hydrogen and Ph scales.
DoublesTennis in the sunshineTeam workUsing their minds in different waysRelaxing after all their hard workBoys footballGirls footballReady, steady……have a little break……GO!!!!!!The girls set up an assault course……Mr Taylor had great fun completing it! We couldn’t be prouder of our Year 6 children this week. They all worked incredibly hard and tried their best during SATs week. They are a credit
This week, our younger children explored chemical reactions (using Ph scales) and then made their own pot of slime! Our older children tested conditions in which an alien could survive, by monitoring chemical reactions. More fun was had by all!
This week, our younger children tested different planet samples (yeast and sand) and discovered ‘alien’ life-forms! Our Key Stage 2 children tested their problem-solving skills by using the force of gravity to help construct working marble runs and bounce pads.
Our new science club, Fizzpop Science, began last week for children in Years 1-6. The older children learned forensic techniques, taking on the role of a police detective. Our younger children tested Isaac Newton’s Law of Motion, using marbles, tracks and bounce pads. They all had a great time after school.
This week some of our netball team went to the Excel Centre to take part in a netball tournament. They played and won against three other schools in the first round. The semi final was a slightly tougher match but the team pulled together and won 5-2. Going into the final against Sacred Heart, the children were excited but understandably