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06 Dec Investigating Pitch

In Science we have started our new unit on sound. The children have really enjoyed using equipment and instruments to investigate how sound travels – it was a very noisy lesson! Carole also ran an exciting lesson in Lab_13 where the children got to investigate...

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06 Dec Class Assembly Theseus and the Minotaur

It’s been a very busy term in Year 4. All our topic and English work has been based around Ancient Greece and all the class have been enjoying learning about myths, daily life and the Greek Gods. We based our class assembly on the myth...

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06 Dec Ancient Greek Day

We also had an Ancient Greek day last week where the children got to dress up as Ancient Greeks, make artifacts and enjoy a Greek banquet in the afternoon. The class learned about the battle of marathon and how the Athenians defeated the Persians despite...

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06 Dec Stone Age Day

In year 3, we have been really interested in our ‘Early Man’ topic this term. We have enjoyed an exciting workshop from the Museum of London. We dressed up as Stone Age people to really get in the Stone Age spirit! We have written amazing...

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20 Jul Culpepper Gardens Year 5

To help support Year 5’s focus on ‘Living Things and their Habitats’ they visited Culpepper Gardens in Islington. They found out lots about plant life and different species, as well as searching for insects and bugs in the soil. They are...

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20 Jul Imperial College Visit Year 5

Year 5 had a fantastic visit to the Imperial College Science Festival. They were involved in lots of weird and wonderful experiments, which really helped their understanding of many difficult scientific ideas. ...

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