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British Science Week - This year the theme is 'Journeys'.

Digestion - Year 4 have enjoyed learning about the journey of food through the body.  Ask you child what they now know.

Year 3 - Exploring the journey of light.

During Science Week, some children have taken up the challenge to do extra research at home. Take a look at their findings.

Year 4 presentations explaining how and why habitats are in danger.

Year 4 - Exploring habitats within the school grounds

Year 5 - Another fun visit to BCHS to explore changing states.

Year 6 Revision - Plants

Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.

Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.   1
Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.   2
Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.   3
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Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.   5
Science & DT - Year 4 enjoyed making light boxes as part of their 'Lighting Up' unit.   6

Year 4- Electrical circuits using switches, bulbs, buzzers and motors.

Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors.

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Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 3
Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 4
Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 5
Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 6
Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 7
Year 4 have enjoyed investigating electrical conductors. 8
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Year 3 Investigating Friction

Year 5 Working Scientifically - Dissolving Materials

Year 4 - Observations Over Time

Throughout the year, the Year 4 pupils will visit Queens Park to observe and identify the organisms they find living there. They will note any changes they see.

Can you spot any differences between the autumn and summer observations?

Year 4 are looking forward to exploring the park again in the winter.

Year 5 will observe and record the changes to the school pond, throughout the seasons.

Year 5 - Observations Over Time

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Year 5 - Materials & their Properties

Which material is the best insulator?
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Year 5 pupils have been exploring materials and classifying these according to their properties.

Last year, Year 5 enjoyed their visit to BCHS to investigate changing states.

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