An excellent and very informative set of non-chronological reports produced by our class on the role of animals during the World Wars.
A range of World War artefacts, courtesy of the Imperial War Museum and modelled by Year 6.
In Science, we have been studying 'Forces' meaning that we have conducted a number of investigations into gravity, friction and air resistance. This week, we worked in groups and chose from a range of materials in order to create our own parachutes, which generated much discussion about variables eg. size/shape of the canopy and length of string. We then got to test them out which was not only very informative but also GREAT FUN!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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