After looking at Poplar’s great space paintings, Pine had their go at making their own space scenes using different techniques. We especially loved flicking paint all over our work to look like stars in the sky!
As part of Science Week, Year 5 had a homework project to make a poster about discovery and exploration. All the posters were very well researched, and we really appreciate all the efforts the Year 5s have gone to. Here are a few examples from Pine.
What a busy Science week we have had in Year 5!
We have made and tested out bottle rockets:
We have had a go at making parachutes using different materials to test which one would keep us the safest:
In Pine we also had a go at investigating the force of objects using a Newton meter and exploring how craters are formed and why their size varies:
What has been your favourite part of Science week?
As part of Science week, Poplar made space paintings using a range of techniques including, flicking, paint blowing, layering and blending. With a lot of team work, they have produced some fantastic paintings!
In Computing we have been using our programming skills to program a Bee Bot to travel across the moons surface, avoiding craters and rocks. We needed to think carefully about how to make our Bee Bot get from start to finish in only 1 set of instructions. It took lots of resilience and patience, but many groups managed to successfully program their Bee Bot!
Today we found out that a mysterious villain had been roaming around Lawford Mead stealing valuable items and causing chaos throughout the school! In order to stop these horrific crimes, we have written instructions on ‘How to catch a villain’. We thought carefully about what equipment we needed and how we could defeat and capture this scoundrel. Jess from Pine class wrote a clear set of instructions, detailing step by step what we needed to do.
As part of our World Book Day activities, Pine class went to read with Larch. We had such a great time and really enjoyed reading to the younger children!