Birch’s drawings of famous bridges before using our engineering skills to make them out of lollipop sticks
Beech and Birch Visit The Exploradome
Oak and Maple visit the exploradome
This is our planet Earth
We looked out for animals from the rainforest
Trees are important living things in a rainforest
We thought about the animals in a desert
We thought about how animals survive
Being camouflage is really helpful!
We all need to look after our planet
Experiencing the cold wind at the arctic in the exploradome!
Blowing on cold ice from the arctic in the exploradome
Building Balloon Powered Cars With Ms Turner
Visit from Sara Sloman who told us about her job in zero emissions
Rocket Mice Investigation!
Oak learning about different animal habitats
Beech practised being engineers by creating a marble run that had to last 60 seconds
Oak found out about the life cycle of the characters from 'Owl babies'
Using our maths skills to measure our marshmallow and spaghetti towers in Maple class
A visit from Mr Bladon talking about how he uses STEAM in his work
Beech class investigate the sugar content in different drinks
Tasting foods from the UK using our senses in Maple class
Oak class make bird feeders
Whole School Assembly By Renishaw
Birch Reading New STEAM Books!
Building lolly stick bridges in Maple class
Birch’s Spaghetti and Marshmallow Challenge!
Using the brushes app to create a picture in the style of David Hockney
Visit from Dr Holton
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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