In Science, Year 6 have been looking at different materials. We have been exploring evaporation, dissolving, filtering and sieving. We also looked at reversible and irreversible changes.
Year 6 have been busy designed and sewing our own Christmas cross stitch designs.
Years 5 and 6 has a fantastic trip to West Stow Anglo-Saxon village. They learned lots about the life of the Anglo-Saxons and enjoyed looking at the different artefacts in the museum.
Year 6 have had a great start to their Science lessons learning about space. This week, we looked at the distance each planet is from the Sun and made our own scaled down version on the field. We looked at how the planets orbit the Sun and were surprised at how long it takes for Neptune to do a full orbit.
Year 6 enjoyed using the Micro:bits in their coding lesson. They programmed the Micro:bit to show a flashing heart, before experimenting with other inputs and outputs.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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