Take a look at how the incredible Icebergs developed in school. We made mini ones and added food colouring for effect. When we put them in salt water, we noticed that only one eighth floated above the water. The salt made them melt very quickly. Can you see them melting? We really enjoyed this lesson.
Noah and Lola enjoyed making icebergs at home.
Poppy also has enjoyed mkaing an incredible iceberg.
Take a look at Ruby's iceberg. She is now watching to see how quickly it will melt in the heat! Ruby has also found some great iceberg images.
Watch and listen to Isobel and her mum as they look at the iceberg they created. Well done Isobel.
The wonderful Kestrels may continue to be at home but they are still committed to their learning. Look at the fraction learning. I am a proud teacher.
Well done OWLS for persevering with your algebra!
We enjoyed reading chapter 7 of our class book. It is becoming very dramatic.
The children in school worked hard on their planning of a recount.
Super recount planning at home - we can't wait to read your finished ones!
Take a look at the wonderful timelines.
Ruby is hard at work at home.
Take a look at the brilliant video made by Euan.
We hope you have enjoyed learning about lifeboats
We were really fascinated to look at the data about the numbers of passengers who made it to the lifeboats.
Oliver went to Southbourne and saw the amazing cruise ship Arcadia which is sitting just off the Southbourne sea front.
Ella caught a ferry from Mudeford and had special permission to go as close as 50m. You can see the cabins with private decks. The Arcadia is 10m higher than The Titanic was. There are 18 lifeboats which can each take 150 passengers. There is room for all of the passengers.
We used pastels to create icebergs at school.
We collaged icebergs in school on Friday.
Take a look at Caitlin DS iceberg. She used watercolour pencils to make her artwork.
Great work on icebergs Lily-Angelina.
Super arithmetic from Jack and Luca