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The children have had an amazing time during science week. They have been split into three groups of mixed ages and have been in a different group for each day. The theme's behind this years science week has been 'our diverse planet' and so have been air, land and water. It has been wonderful watching the children from Nursery up to Year 4 work together and show kindness towards each other.

Our Diverse Planet


The children in this group started the day with a story of How to catch a star by Oliver Jeffrey's. They have been carrying out experiments including:

A tornado in a jar.

Does air weigh anything?

Making a star constellation viewer.

Making a basking shark out of bottles.

In the afternoons the children went bird watching and made giant nests and made flying machines and designed rockets.



The children in this group started the day with the story of The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson and started to think about what our oceans mean to us. They watched demonstrations of making ocean currents and making an egg float in salt water.

They learnt lots about our biggest whales and went outside to visualise how big these giants are! They also listened to sound of humpback whales and tested how sound travels through water. The children also loved carrying out lung capacity tests and comparing it to whales!

Did you know a sperm whale can spend around 90 minutes hunting underwater before it has to return to the surface to breathe.






















In the afternoon the children made a card ship and weighed it down until it sank.




The children started off with the story 'What's under the bed? By Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom. They enjoyed watching demonstrations of making salt crystals.

The children discussed what is on our land and explored different habitats.

The children carried out the following activities:

Making a Volcanic Eruption! Make a volcano using Plasticine, bicarbonate of soda and vinegar.

Make a fossil.

Make an insect hotel.

Go bug spotting!