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December 2020 Science Stars

An amazing amount of science learning and experiences have been taking place this half term. Staff and children alike have been developing their Science Capital, working scientifically and questioning and thinking like scientists. Of course, science really is everywhere. Mrs. Woodley proudly presents the Science Stars for this half term.

5-6B

Michelle: Considered the effects of micro-organisms on the World and how the World would function with, and without them. Asking and answering difficult Curious Questions to deepen your understanding.  Principles 1 6 8.     

Harry: Considered the effects of micro-organisms on the World and how the World would function with, and without them. Asking and answering difficult Curious Questions to deepen your understanding.  Principles 1 6 8.     

Tyler: Working scientifically to create your own Identification Key, excellent participation in the lesson and applying your learning. Principles 4, 9

Grace H: Compared the nutritional values of food groups. Worked scientifically to analyse the data of pairs of foods from food labels.  Principles 6, 7, 8

Libby H: Used secondary sources of information to find out about the effects of alcohol, smoking and both helpful and harmful drugs. Understanding the side effects that can affect us mentally and physically. Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Caitlin: Analysing lifestyle scenarios, ordering healthiest to most unhealthy and giving advice supported by well-reasoned, scientific facts based on food groups, exercise, drinking and smoking. Engaged and participating throughout the lesson. Super! Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Lacie T: Identifying major organs, their locations and understanding their functions through a range of resources. Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Grace A: Detailed understanding of the function and types of blood vessels as well as the four components of blood and the specialised jobs they do. Principles 1, 4, 6, 8

Lacie W: Identifying the structure of the heart and developing a code to explain the function of each part. Understanding of the role of the heart within the circulatory system. Principles 1, 2, 4, 6

Maxwell: Fully engaged in our lesson. Answering many questions accurately and in detail when challenged with data to analyse and graphs to interpret. Making links between exercise and pulse rates. Super!

Ruby: Making links between exercise and pulse rates by analysing data and interpreting graphs. Fabulous!

5-6R

Dexter: Considered the effects of micro-organisms on the World and how the World would function with, and without them. Asking and answering difficult Curious Questions to deepen your understanding.  Principles 1 6 8.     

Callum: Reasoning about the healthy features of brown bread compared to white bread and sharing this excellent information with our class. Principles 6, 7, 8

Joel: Understanding the effects of drugs and even the side effects of helpful drugs. Answering a range of challenging questions throughout the lesson. Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Bella: Answering a range of questions throughout the lesson and giving healthy lifestyle advice for our characters based on food groups, exercise, drinking and smoking. Supporting your reasons with thoughtful arguments. Engaged throughout the lesson and completed your work. Really proud of you. Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Gabriella: Identifying major organs, their locations and understanding their functions through a range of resources. Researching additional facts to enhance your work and develop the class’s Science Capital.  Principles 1, 4, 8, 9

Kamran: Detailed understanding of the function and types of blood vessels as well as the four components of blood and the specialised jobs they do. Principles 1, 4, 6, 8

Elizabeth: Identifying the structure of the heart and developing a code to explain the function of each part. Understanding of the role of the heart within the circulatory system. Principles 1, 2, 4, 6

Kai: Fully engaged in our lesson. Answering so many questions accurately! Making links between exercise and pulse rates by analysing data and interpreting graphs. Fabulous!

3-4C

Connor: For having lots of ideas on how science links to real life during our 'Electricity' topic.

Amelia: For working methodically and accurately when creating electrical circuits.

Lily-Mae: For using scientific vocabulary when discussing her learning.

Frankie: For asking and answering curious questions about electricity.

Freya:  For challenging herself to create a variety of electrical switches and working scientifically .

3-4D

Willow: Excellent presentation when drawing and labelling a circuit diagram. 

Olivia D: Creating an electrical circuit with care and accuracy. 

Henry C: A brilliant understanding of conductors and insulators. 

Havneet: Using super scientific vocabulary to explain how a switch works in a circuit. 

3-4O

Luke: Working out how to make a working switch and being the first to do so. Super-fast!

Louie: Really impressed with his scientific thinking about why the lamps were dimmer with 2 lamps, and brighter with two battery packs.

Lewis: Lewis was ‘wowed’ by making a circuit and he correctly identified the conductors and insulators that would either complete or break the circuit.

Alyx: For working scientifically and using appropriate language to describe how she had built a complete circuit and how she knew it was complete.

Thomas: A super score in his end of unit assessment which demonstrated his understanding of electrical circuits.

2B

Abdulsalam: For using the names of baby animals correctly.

Samuel P: Fantastic discussion about how we change as we get older.

Ellie: Super description of a healthy diet.

Aoife: Correctly identified the different things exercise does to our body.

Harroop: Identified and described a variety of ways to keep our body clean. 

2P

Jensen: For designing a fantastic healthy balanced diet plate. 

Rose M: For knowing that it's all about eating the right amounts of each food. 

Joshua M: For knowing the basic needs of animals and humans.

Eden: For investigating whether age affects your speed.

Harry S: Matching baby animals to their adult parents.

1C

Samuel: I know that a herbivore eats plants like some dinosaurs a long time ago!

Charlie: Protein makes you strong so that's why lions eat meat!

Jesse: I wrote super facts about Jane Goodall.

Emily M: Jane Goodall loves chimpanzees.  She went to Africa and waited for the chimpanzees to trust her.

1W

Matthew: For clearly explaining how chimpanzees are omnivores.

Olivia: For writing clear facts about Jane Goodall.

Eesha: For sharing her views on sustainability and helping our environment.

Lucas: For remembering key facts about how we classify animals, including their diet and species.

R-C

Harry: For sharing his observations of the winter season.

Evie: For showing an understanding of the 5 senses.

R-J

Adam: For explaining the importance of healthy eating on our bodies.

Phoebe: For using her sense of touch to describe different textures. 

Nursery

The children noticed the frost outdoors and the change in weather. 

"It's snowing outside, “ said Grayson.

"It's frost on the grass, “ said Oliver.

"Oh yes it's frost on the grass. The sun will come out and melt it after,” said Grayson.

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