Due to the snow last week, we celebrated World Book Day today. All of the children looked great in their outfits!
Today we are studying light and colour. Remember not to get confused with paint colours! Can you list the three primary colours and the three secondary colours?
Did you know that your eye also have sensor cells for the three primary colours?
What does the diagram below show about how filters work?
What is the one colour of light that leaves DON’T absorb?!
Well done to all the pupils who made it through the snow today! What a beautiful view!
We did an experiment to see how quickly tennis balls orbitted around our heads! We found that the longer the string, the longer the ball took to orbit. This helps to explain why Mercury orbits the Sun much quicker than the Earth does.
We took part in the Quicksticks competition at Park School. We were up against lots of other schools all trying to win a place in the Devon County Finals in Plymouth. Our two teams advanced from the group stages but both were eventually defeated at the quarter-final stage. It was a fantastic day and we look forward to next year’s event.
We are learning the viola in class. So far we have learned what the strings are called (C,G,D,A), learned how to hold the instrument and pluck on the open strings. We have started to learn how to hold the bow too:there is lots to remember!
We have been learning about the ancient Egyptian gods. Did you know that the ancient Egyptians had over two thousand gods?
Today we took part in a netball tournament at Pilton Community College. We played against other schools and performed really well. We entered two teams into the competition, with one of those teams qualifying for the next round. We all showed great spirit and camaraderie.