Next week is Space Week. Our activities in Maths, Geography, Science, English and Art will all be themed around Space.
Talk to your child about Space this weekend!
The school year is now in full swing. From next week we will be starting Station Teaching for English and Maths, where the pupils will be learning topics in short, focused groups that are suited to their ability. Also, we are beginning to plan school activities and trips outside of the school. That's where we need your help!
I am looking for 3 or 4 parents to volunteer to help throughout the year. This could be just once (whenever you have time), or for a period of time. The events will be things like shared reading, maths for fun, science for fun, school tours, outings, swimming, sports events etc.
If you are interested and would like to volunteer just pop me an email at email@example.com, contact me via Class Dojo, or send a note with your child.
Have a great weekend!
Hi, our names are Loic & Victor. We studied the questions 'Is there oxygen in the heart?' and 'What is the difference between a vein and an artery?'
We found that an artery is stronger than a vein and heart disease has been found in 3,000 year old mummies.
We also found that there is only oxygen on the left side of the heart.
We would also like to learn how the brain works.
Hi,our names are hassan and lea we are learning about ‘why is heart shaped like it is’?
We found that the heart has four chambers, two on the left side and two on the right.
An interesting fact was...the adult heart is the size of two children's fists.
Another thing me would like to learn
Hi,my name is rhema,and i studied about the pulmonary system
The pulmonary system is a part of the cardiovascular system.In the pulmonary circulation,the arteries carry the blood from the lungs to the rest of the and tissues, while the veins carry the blood from the the rest of the body and tissues back to the heart.
From the right ventricle,blood is pumped through the semi-lunar valve into the right and left pulmonary arteries and travels through the lungs.
I would like to learn about the lungs in our next project.
Hi my name is seema and i have been learning about organs in the heart
I learned from every project an interesting fact like the heart is the most important organ in the body because it pump blood to all the different organ in the body if the brain stopped working the heart keep pumping blood.
the brain is a controller room it sent to the heart to pump blood it needs . the brain use 20% of the blood the heart pumps .
I would like to learn about the brain because i want to learn more about the body.
Hi,our names are Jasmin and Daniela.
We studied the question’Why is the heart a muscle?
We learned this: The heart is most important muscle in our body and it must pump blood all through our body.
Because the heart is between the lungs,the left lung is smaller than the right lung.
Hi everyone my name is kay kelvin nurain, we were learning about the heart that it’s the most important organ in your body.
My question is what happens to a person that has a heart attack the arteries become narrow and blood cannot flow as good as it should be,and the reason why is probably because of too much fat or shouting when you're sick so you shouldn't do these dangerous stuff that can kill you.
And another project i would like to do would be to learn about the world and countries
Why does a baby’s heart beat faster than an adult’s?
Our names are Candy and Bianca, and our question was ‘why does a baby’s heart beat faster than an adult’s’.
We found that baby’s heart beats faster than adults because they are smaller.
An interesting fact we found is that a baby’s heartbeat is around 140 beats per minute while an adult’s heart beat stands at 60-100 beats per minute.
Another thing we would like to learn is ‘why is the heart pink?’.
Why does our heart beat faster when we run?
Exercise typically causes the heart to beat to more than 100 beats per minute. Our heart beats faster when we run as the muscles require more oxygen and fuel.