Apologies for the lack the lack of pictures, internet not great, but this is what we did on Day 1.
Had fun on the coach chatting and singing songs, before arriving at our Youth Hostel. We didn't hang around getting all the bags off the coach so we could get straight out into…
Today we have been putting our ICT skills to the test to research the water cycle to support our English.
Year 4 have completed their own 'Iron Men' characters with linkages to create moving arms and legs. Well done, Everyone!
Year 2 have been investigating materials to prepare us for building bridges that will carry weight. Watch out for our finished bridges.
Year 5 are have had a fantastic morning working with Science Hunters from Lancaster University. We have been building flowers on Minecraft!
Mrs Parker took us to look at this stain glass window in the cathedral and all the signs and symbols on it.
We have been sorting regular and irregular polygons.
As part of our science work on 'Light and Shadows', we made sundials and tested them. Once we had found north, (and the wind stopped blowing!) the sundials told the time correctly (around 2.30pm).
In computing this week, the children have been creating their own algorithm list so Red Riding Hood can reach Grandma's house. They then went onto change and extend some of their commands.
Rota was a game that was played in Roman times. A little bit like modern Connect 4, it could be played by children or adults and could get very competitive!
In maths this week, the children worked hard to create their own graphs.
The children made puppets today and told each other their innovated stories.