March 2017

Friction

Today during Science we carried out an investigation to find which of three surfaces had the most friction. We made sure we made it a fair test between the different surfaces.

Doug Horley – Crazy Science

  This afternoon was brilliant; we had a Crazy Science Praise Party!  Doug Horley and his assistants, ‘Nincom’ and ‘Poop’ led us in an exciting concert full of songs, puppets and some really fun and jaw-dropping experiments.  They used dry ice and other chemicals to explore energy, gases and the power of air. Doug helped us Continue reading

Icebergs in Owls!

To end our term of science we have had a fun afternoon with a huge ball of ice, some salt and some food colouring! We first sprinkled the salt onto the ice ball and heard it crackle and split inside. We also saw what looked like lightning inside the ice as it cracked. Then we Continue reading

Herald Cup: Match 4

Last night we played the final Herald Cup match in the group stages against Palmarsh Primary School.  They have a lovely pitch and beautiful grounds.  Their team was excellent, the final score was 9-2 to Palmarsh.  Well done everyone.

Gold, Silver and Bronze at Lacrosse

Yesterday we entered three teams in the Shepway School Games Lacrosse competition.  We played really well ending up first, second and third!  The first two teams will go forward to represent Shepway in the Kent finals.  Well done everyone, you exhibited great skills and excellent sportsmanship.

‘Running Wild’ Trip

Year five and six had an excellent day today.  They went to watch the performance of Michael Morpurgo’s book ‘Running Wild’ at the Hackney Empire Theatre.  The show was outstanding with amazing special effects and brilliant acting.  All the children and staff were gripped from beginning to end.  It was lovely to see the children’s Continue reading

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