We have watched them grow from tiny caterpillars, to large caterpillars. We have seen them form a chrysalis, and watched them emerge as beautiful butterflies. Although we have all become quite attached, today it was time to set them free!
In science this morning we investigated where snails like to live. We collected snails, placed them in the school grounds then observed where they travelled to. We found that the majority of the snails preferred to live in the shaded long grass.
Well done to Baylee for always displaying excellent behaviour at lunchtime. A well deserved golden ticket!
Throughout this week,Year 5 have been investigating which milk will stay the freshest for longest; cow’s milk, soya milk or evaporated milk. Using a fair test experiment, the children have recorded their observations daily and used litmus paper to test for any changes in the pH scale. The evaporated milk remained the closest to its … Continue reading
On Thursday, we took 3 teams down to Gore Court for a Tag Rugby festival. All three teams performed superbly and it was an amazingly afternoon; especially after how hard they all had worked in their SATS.