Science Day. We spent our morning looking at the theories of Sir Isaac Newton and Galileo Galilei and used this to help us to create harnesses for a Teddy Zipline. We thought about the impact of weight and friction and then held a competition to find out which Teddy was the fastest!
Science Day. In the afternoon, we learnt about Caroline Herschel and how she was the first female scientist to discover a comet and, subsequently, made her the first female in Britain to earn an income for the pursuit of science as well as the first woman to earn a living from astronomy. She went on to catalogue over 2500 nebula, 500 of which she discovered. We used acrylic paints to create our own galaxies.
We took part in National Numeracy Day and thought about how Maths might appear in our futures. We had great fun being involved in the live lesson!
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