Posted by ks2blog on March 22, 2017
On Friday 10th March 2017, all of Homelands Primary School took part in a science afternoon. If they had time to, parents could have come to work on the subject that their class was doing! Each class were focusing on a different subject! Thank you to all of the parents that came to visit!
Foundation Stage 2: Had an exciting visit to the frog spawn in the pond!
Year One: They made some slime, some zappy zoomers and hover-balls!
Year Two: They experimented by putting some coins in vinegar!
Year Three: They made some exciting sycamore helicopters!
Year Four: They had a circuit building race against all the other children in the class!
Year Five: They made some brilliant parachutes out of some plastic bags!
Year Six: They made a circuit to make a working fan!
Foundation Stage Two: 91.6% (6th place)
Year One: 94% (3rd place)
Year Two: 92% (5th place)
Year Three: 97.9% (2nd place)
Year Four: 92.5% (4th place)
Year Five: 91.3% (7th place, what has happened Year Five?)
Year Six: 99.6% (1st place, well done Year Six! Could this be the beginning of a winning streak?)
The average for this week was 94.1% meaning only 2 classes got over the average! O What happened?
This week we unfortunately have no house points because of the science afternoon so we will have a rollover next week! This applies to the star of the week this week too – there will bet two of them, one from last week and one for this week!
Red Nose Selling:
This week, the children are selling red noses to hopefully raise money for their chosen civic award charities. They are being sold in the middle of the school at lunch times for only £1 each! This year, there is some new red noses around so make sure you bring a pound to school maybe have a chance of getting a new red nose!
We hope you enjoyed reading our blog this week! Hope you have a great day, Goodbye!