Christmas!

Class 8 would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year. We hope you all have a lovely time.

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Operation Christmas Child

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Class 8 enjoyed packing their shoe boxes, ready to be sent to children who are not as fortunate as us. Which country do you think our shoe boxes will go to this year?

Flat bread

Class 8 enjoyed making flat bread to have their herb butter on. Which was your favourite herb butter?

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Carrot soup

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Today class 8 made a variation of carrot and coriander soup. They made carrot and mint soup, carrot and rosemary soup and carrot and sage soup. Which one was your favourite?

The BBC

Class 8 were very excited to have the BBC visit their school! Some of year 6 thought of some questions to ask the interviewer and cameraman to find out more about their jobs. Do you know what BBC stands for?

Does petroleum jelly affect photosynthesis?

This afternoon we have been discussing and looking at whether petroleum jelly will affect photosynthesis. We wrote up our investigation including our prediction, independent variable, dependent variable, controlled variable and the method we are going to use. Do you think petroleum jelly will affect photosynthesis?

Our light investigation!

This afternoon we looked at the seeds we had planted and kept them in different areas. We found out that the ones in the cupboard and by the window had grown. We did notice the one in the cupboard was grown and the one by the window has grown green. We then wrote our conclusion to our investigation on the findings we had produced. Why do you think one grew yellow and one grew green?

Recognising nets for a cube!

Today we have been looking at 3D shapes and talking about the properties of the shapes. As well as identifying nets that make a cube. Do you know any 3D shapes and the properties of them?

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Remembrance

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Today we held a minutes silence as a gesture of respect for the people who lost their lives in WWI and WWII.

Reading timetables using the 24 hour clock and calculating time intervals!

Today we have been reading times off a timetable which was written in 24 hour format. We had to calculate lengths of time on journeys taking the train. Do you know what8pm is in 24 hour format?