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The children in KS2 enjoyed a visit from Professor Tuesday from Lancashire Museum Service.

 

They considered historical sources in order to find out about the causes and cures known at the time before discussing in groups what it would have been like to live through this period.

 

The children particulary enjoyed posing in a Plague Doctor's mask and having a cuddle with a black rat (not real!), which we now know, along with its fleas, actually caused the Plague.

 

October 2018

KS2 SCIENCE CLUB AUTUMN 2018

Our focus this time is engineering. We have set ourselves a project to build a marble run out of a cardbox box, cardboard struts and sticky tape. But that's the easy part - we want our marble run to last 60 seconds! 

 

We are setting ourselves other challenges as well. Did you know that you can make balloon kebabs? We found out that if you pierce a balloon in the place where the rubber is under less tension, you can make a small hole and the air doesn't escape with a loud pop.

Wow! Floating ping pong balls…….

The upward steam of air produced by the hair dryer is at a lower pressure than the surrounding air. When the upward force of the air is the same as the weight of the ball, the forces are balanced and the ping-pong balls look like they are floating.

 

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Working on our marble runs: thinking, making,testing,evaluating. Making them last a minute is harder than you think!

Working on our marble runs: thinking, making,testing,evaluating. Making them last a minute is harder than you think! 1
Working on our marble runs: thinking, making,testing,evaluating. Making them last a minute is harder than you think! 2
Working on our marble runs: thinking, making,testing,evaluating. Making them last a minute is harder than you think! 3
Working on our marble runs: thinking, making,testing,evaluating. Making them last a minute is harder than you think! 4

Manchester Museum July 2018

Lancashire Science Festival 2018

Children explored states of matter with the team from UCLAN/Lancashire Science Festival. Togther they used dance to show how matter can change from solid to a liquid and then to a gas.

 

 

Code Club

Members of the newly formed Code club were joined for their first session by Code Club volunteer John Duxbury.

ROMAN DAY KS2

 

Dressed as ancient Romans, the children in KS2 enjoyed a day learning about Roman numbers, playing Roman games, sampling food and making amazing mosaics.

FOREST SCHOOLS

Over the past few months Miss Mackinson and Mrs Snape have been working hard to develop our forest schools area. Thanks to their hard work, along with parents and other volunteers who have provided important resources, they are now in a position to use this lovely facility and offer sessions to the children in school. The plan is over the next academic year to incorporate this into our school timetable to enrich the curriculum. 

 

Children from Years 5 and 6 attended the cricket tournament held at Chatburn School. First we competed against Grindleton, losing narrowly by 7 runs. We then faced a strong Bolton by Bowland side who batted well to a victory. Everyone worked hard and enjoyed the afternoon.

Cricket Tournament

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Cricket Tournament 3

KS1 Science Club

It’s all about the chemistry……

This week we made a fabulous lava lamp out of the following ingredients:

  • Water
  • Oil
  • A Fizzy vitamin C tablet
  • Food colouring
  • A small bottle with a lid

We all watched in fascination as bubbles of coloured water rose up through the oil. But what was happening? Well it was all down to a CHEMICAL REACTION and the fact that oil is less dense than water so floats on top of it. The fizzy tablet reacts with the water and creates bubbles of carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide wants to escape so it travels upwards, taking the bubbles of water through the oil and creating a cool effect!

As soon as the tablet was used up the bubbles stopped, but not to worry – pop another tablet in and it all starts again!

 


KS1 Science club

Solid or liquid?

How would you describe a solid? You might say that it feels hard, that you can pick it up easily, that it holds it shape.

What about a liquid? You might say it’s difficult to hold, it’s runny, it can change its shape.

We normally know what to expect when we have a solid or a liquid. Sometimes though not all solids and liquids behave in the way you expect them to.

For example – take some cornflour and add some water. You will notice something rather strange. Pick the mixture up and roll it into a ball – it’s a solid. As soon as you stop rolling it drips through your fingers like a liquid.

What you have got is a Non- Newtonian fluid. It is actually a liquid but when you put pressure on it the small particles bunch up together just like a solid.

It’s very messy – but a lot of fun!

KS1 science club

How Sticky is it?

This week in science club we investigated various sticky substances to compare just how sticky they are.

We compared honey and golden syrup, glue sticks and a home-made glue made from flour and water.

Our unit of measurement was how many marbles the sticky substances can hold up. These are our results and they might surprise you:

Honey and golden syrup – between 10 and 11 marbles.

Glue stick – between 45 – 50 marbles.

Homemade glue 50+ marbles! ( We actually ran out of space in our measuring cup – it was full to the top with marbles.)

So if you ever need to stick something and you can’t find the glue, head to the kitchen and mix together some flour and water. It is scientifically proven to be very sticky stuff!

British Science Week and Star party

On Thursday 15th March children, parents, friends and staff were joined by members of Preston and District Astronomers Society (PADAS). After a very informative talk, everybody got a chance to examine telescopes and meteorites brought by members. 

 

Refreshments came in the form of hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows prepared over the firepit in our new Forest School area.

 

It was just a pity that the clouds also decided to join us - making it tricky to spot stars in the sky. Fortunately many children had made planetarium umbrellas so at least they knew what they could have been looking at.

 

The star party concluded a very busy British Science Week which saw the children testing for Martian soil, making rockets and creating fabulous posters about space exploration.

Sport Relief:

During this week, pupils from all key stages took part in a variety of sporting activities: skipping, yoga, and an obstacle course. Y6 also did their bikeability course on two of the days. To end the week, Y6 leaders organised and led a circuits event, to which parents were also invited to attend. A great sporty week for all!

Sport Relief Week

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Dance festival: Key Stage 1

Dance festival: Key Stage 1 1

Basketball

Basketball 1 The Teams
Basketball 2 Team B in action
Basketball 3 Watching with baited breath!

Hockey festival

Hockey festival 1

Cross Country @ Wilson Playing fields

Cross Country @ Wilson Playing fields 1
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Cross Country @ Wilson Playing fields 3
Cross Country @ Wilson Playing fields 4

Daily Mile - children clock up their miles in the playground

Daily Mile - children clock up their miles in the playground 1
Daily Mile - children clock up their miles in the playground 2
Daily Mile - children clock up their miles in the playground 3

SPORTS WEEK: Yoga

Rugby Coaching

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Rugby Coaching 5
Rugby Coaching 6

Orienteering

Orienteering 1 A great afternoon at Wilson Playing Fields

Hothersall Lodge 2017

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Timeline Workshop

Timeline Workshop 1
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Red Nose Activities: Orienteering, biscuit creations and design your own nose!

Red Nose Day 2017

Red Nose Day 2017 1 Creating jokes, designing noses and orienteering!

Mission X – Train like an Astronaut

At the end of the term we invited preschool, infants, staff parents and carers to find out about what we had been studying and have a go at activities we had had designed.

Before the big day we agreed a menu for our Great British Space wrap that demonstrated our understanding of nutrition for all and the particular needs of astronauts. As well as this, we also pooled ideas and created an activity circuit based on the Mission X activities.

We allocated roles so we were on hand to explain to visitors what they needed to do and why as well as give out information about nutrition and hydration.

On the day we were joined by an eager gang of adults and children and our visitors

included our space ambassador, Allan Clement, who joined in enthusiastically.

By KS2

Mission X

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KS1 DANCE

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An out of this world Christmas performance!

An out of this world Christmas performance! 1 Our Astronauts!
An out of this world Christmas performance! 2 Zorkonians!!!!!
An out of this world Christmas performance! 3 Mechanics
An out of this world Christmas performance! 4 Mission Control
An out of this world Christmas performance! 5 Robots

KS1 trip to Skipton Castle November 2016

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Cross Country October 2016

Indoor Athletics November 16

Indoor Athletics November 16 1
Indoor Athletics November 16 2
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