What a brilliant Science week we have had!
It all started with a Science assembly on Monday and Mrs Morrison told us all about the theme of the week and what sort of things we could get up to. We even took part in some experiments with KS1.
Asking QUESTIONS is a really important part of investigating and experimenting in Science. It helps us to become better scientists and helps us to make progress in our learning. Harsha won the Scientist of the week as he ask so many purposeful questions that led himself and other to deepen their thinking. WELL DONE HARSHA!
We had some Year 6 pupils come to our class on Monday afternoon to show us 6 experiments. We were all really excited and thought some of them must have been magic as we couldn't explain what had happened. Luckily, they were on hand to offer explanations for each experiment but not before we had a good guess at what we thought first.
During the week we then had our own experiments of which included, exploring how to get an object out of a block of ice, watching what happened when mixing oil and water, getting tissue from one end of the table to the other using an empty bottle and seeing how different pressures affected cornflour.