Inspired by some of the designs we looked at, here is a selection of your spaghetti bridges…
It’s fair to say it’s been a busy week but you’ve all done a great job of adapting to the new ways of working. It’s a shame we can’t be together but you are learning lots of important lessons in how to adapt, learn and change which will be a huge help to you inContinue reading “Home learning highlights”
We missed out on the Stroud schools quiz this time around, but Goshawks enjoyed an afternoon pitting their wits against each other in our own nature quiz. It turned out to be a fairly competitive afternoon – rounds included find the ‘pointless’ species, name the noise and a merged animal challenge. Congratulations to River, Tadek,Continue reading “Goshawks Nature Quiz”
How much bigger than Earth is Jupiter? We had some fun with fractions this week modelling the planets of the solar system to scale using plasticine. All planets were sized using just fifths and halves with some surprising results…
Hi Goshawks, here is a roundup of the home learning this week: Big read – get to the end of your current group reader questions can be on any part of the plot. If your question is specific to a particular passage, don’t forget to add a page number (even a paragraph number too) ScienceContinue reading “Home learning for weekend of 17 October”
Goshawks have been modelling the stages of the water cycle and it’s impact on the weather with the help of a humble sandwich bag. With the addition of some warm ‘sea’ (from the hot tap) we got a good idea of how clouds form to produce rain…and our practical skills successfully avoided any mishaps withContinue reading “Weather in a bag”
We have kicked off our weather topic for this half term with a look at how wind is generated. After a few attempts and a lot of tape, our tornado generator is ready!