The whole school came together on Wednesday 11th March 2020 to show what they have been doing recently in science around the theme 'Our Diverse Planet.
Class 1 have been looking at how plants and flowers need water to survive and where the water travels in the flower.
Class 2 have recently looked at how climate change is hurting our planet and effect it has and have created some wonderful art work to go alongside this topic.
Class 3 worked closely with Mrs Woolley about global warming and ways we could improve our carbon dioxide emissions.
Class 4 also worked closely with Mrs Woolley to recall their knowledge of forces and how forces are generated around us.
Mrs Woolley gave a great demonstration of static energy by using the van de Graf generator. Children in Key Stage 2 were able to explain why her hair was sticking out due to the hairs repelling against one another.