Year 6 have conducted their own investigation in to the effects of air resistance on gravity. They then analysed their results and evaluated their experiments.
Year 6 have been experimenting with magnets, even creating their own metallic objects and their knowledge of magnetism. They used a range of materials to test their metallic objects.
Liam from Year 6 created a presentation at home to explain what he had learnt about the Victorians. Well done Liam!
This term Year 6 are reading Who Let The Gods Out? To launch their new core text they had hot chocolate, learnt about constellations and how to star gaze. They had a fabulous time.
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Year 6 designed their own investigation relating to properties of materials. They were given four choices for their lines of inquiry: solubility, magnetism, conductivity and hardness. Then they investigated…..
Year 6 created cross sections of angles using masking tape. They then looked at vertically opposite angles and known facts to calculate them. Year 6 also measured angles using protractors.
Year 6 investigated separating solids, creating their own sieves and collaborating in their groups.
To start our book ‘The Explorer’ Year 6 were left stranded and had to take part in a variety of survival situations, collaborating to succeed.