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Cultural Capital - linking science to the real world!

We have many trips and visitors linked to our science topics.

 

Take a look at a few below:

Picture 1 The Sealife Centre residential
Picture 2 The Botanical Gardens trip
Picture 3 The National Space Centre
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Picture 5 Crime Scene Investigation Workshop
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Picture 7 Pond dipping during our Y4 residential
Picture 8 Bee day! Honey tasting and meeting a Bee Keeper.
Picture 9 Celebrating our links with Jaguar Landrover!
Picture 10 Opening our revamped school pond thanks to JLR!
Picture 11 Our new outdoor, covered classroom thanks to JLR!
Picture 12 Our new, relined pond thanks to JLR!
Picture 13 Creating the watercycle in a bag in year 4!

Tadpoles from the school pond!

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Once they have turned into froglets, we will return them safely to their original habitat. We are so lucky to have our very own school pond teeming with wildlife!

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They are getting bigger!
Small back legs can now be seen!

Chicks

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We had the pleasure of watching these little guys hatch from eggs! After 10 days, they went to a local farmer to live the rest of their days on a farm in Warwickshire.
We took part in a lot of important lessons including how our role as a consumer of eggs is important for animal welfare. Always look for the free range logo so you know where your food is coming from!
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