2020/21 Year 4- This week we have been learning about solids, liquids and gases. We did an investigation about solids changing states. We decided to measure the melting point of chocolate as an opportunity to observe the change in state from a solid to a liquid.
2020/21 Year 4- This week, we have planned, observed and recorded an investigation about the rate of evaporation. We decided to place 4 wet cloths in 4 different locations and see which cloth dried the quickest. We predicted that the cloth on the radiator would dry much quicker than the cloths in other locations.
2020/21 Year 4- This half term we have been learning about conductors and insulators of electricity.
Year 3 have been learning about magnetic fields and how magnets attract and repel.
Year 3- Exploring magnetic and non-magnetic materials.
Year 4 have used magnets to see which materials are attracted and which are repelled.
Using magnets to investigate magnetic domains in year 4.
Year 4 have grouped and classified a range of rocks.
At the national coal mining museum year 4 investigated types of rocks and soils. We also took a cast of our own fossil.
Dragon’s Den have started their first Science topic of ‘Rocks and Soils’. Can you spot the different types of rocks? We began by classifying rocks based on their properties.
Year 3 investigated whether different types of rock were permeable or impermeable...
Year Three investigated to find out which types of magnets were the strongest and also explored different magnetic and non-magnetic objects.