We would like to say a very big thank you to all of our parents who attended our Learning Exhibition. We hope you enjoyed yourselves as much as we did.
Fundraising towards the cost of our Castleton Residential has started.
We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone for your support as we have raised £67 from our bake sale.
We have just started our new Science topic: States of Matter. So far we have identify whether an item is a solid, liquid or gas. We have also learnt about the properties and particles for each.
Did you know that materials that are solid keep their shape unless a force is applied. A solid can not change shape on it's own and it will always take up the same amount of space as it will not spread out or flow. A solid isn't always hard - it can be squashy and soft.
Materials that are liquid can change shape but don't change their volume, and they take the shape of any container that they are in. A liquid can flow or be poured.
Materials that are in a gaseous state spread out and completely fill the space they are in. Gas can be squashed, they don't keep their shape and they do have weight.
As part of our topic learning - How did the Romans shape our World? we are having a visit from 'Cartimandua' the Celtic Queen of the Brigantes on Thursday 10th October. To make the day more memorable we are asking that all children come dressed for the day as Romans. They can come as any type of Roman - Emperor, leader, soldier, slave.