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Mr Jessop
Mr Jessop wrote: Bees!
Very pleased to say our lovely Italian Honey Bees have not just survived the winter, but are thriving! They've been moved back today into the larger hive and we expect to split them into two hives if all goes well this summer. We should also, hopeful (More)
cgunby wrote: Iron Age
To help understand how crop marks let archaeologists identify buried prehistoric sites, we have buried a Lego wall under potting mix and covered the top with cress seeds. What do we expect to find out? (More)
cgunby wrote: Key Stage 2 Garden
Key Stage 2 have designed and planted their chosen flowers and fruit plants - it's now looking great! One of our pupils tried our first grown strawberries and said it tasted delicious! (More)
cgunby wrote: Gravity - parachutes
In small groups, children made three parachutes of different sizes to measure the speed of gravity.   (More)
cgunbyYears 3 & 4 investigated friction using force metres and school shoes on different surfaces. (More)
cgunby wrote: Pollination
Children have been looking carefully at our school daffodils to learn about pollination and fertilisation. (More)