There is lots of amazing learning taking place whilst the children are working from home. Here we thought we would share some of the exciting things that the children have been getting up to.
As part of their online zoom lessons Class 1 children have been learning about farm animals and their young. The children designed and made their own animals at home.
Another wonderful Science experiment has been sent to us. These two boys have been exploring the differences in liquid density to create their own lava lamps. The instructions have been written up for you to have a go at this at home.
Take a look at this amazing science experiment. They tested the reaction that happens when you add mints and sand to cola. They were surprised at the results. Use the link below to find out the science behind this reaction....
We have been sent a picture of this fabolous nest and eggs that have been made. Can you guess which bird lives here?
Another wonderful way to say thank you to our NHS.
Thank you for sending us these wonderful photos. It is lovely to see you all every morning. Thank you all for continuing to work hard and join in with the lessons.
As part of their topic work, this child has been researching the Great Fire of London. They created this wonderful model building and burnt it to show how quickly the buildings would have been destroyed.
A wonderful 'Thank You' from a pupil at Much Marcle Primary School, to all the people who are working together to support our communities during this extraordinary time.
It has been amazing to see how busy you have all been. We have been sent these photos showing how you are continuing to work hard but are managing to find time to have fun and learn some wonderful new skills.
These two have been very busy creating these wonderful signs to say thank you to all of the people who continue to work to keep everyone safe.