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Thursday 5th December

Today we looked at our 4 trees again, the differences have slowed down as most of the leaves have now fallen.  We then went into the classroom to record our thoughts about the changes we have observed since September.  We used a PowerPoint presentation to help us (please see below) We had a busy afternoon as we also recorded what we know is needed for a seed to grow and created a table of data. Great work again everyone! smiley            Mrs Davenport

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Jaguar's Longitudinal Study - Autumn 2019

Wednesday 27th November

Today we continued with our longitudinal study and looked for the differences that had taken place since last week with our four trees.  We noticed that the ground was covered with willow leaves as so many had fallen and that the Lime and Whitebeam had nearly lost all of their leaves. 

 

Our focus for the science lesson was 'seed dispersal' we talked about the different ways seeds can be transported from the parent plant.  We then focused on the Field Maple and its helicopter seeds. We went out onto the playground and practised how to measure using our feet and dropped a seed while we pretended to be Maple trees to see how far they flew. 

 

We then returned to the classroom and made our own helicopters which we flew in the hall.  We recorded where they fell and how far they flew. The four areas of the hall were each a different environment: - the blue was water, the red was tarmac, the yellow was sand and the green was soil.  We talked about which of the environments would be suitable for the seed to grow.

Lots of hard work again today everyone, well done.  Mrs Davenport smiley

Thursday 21st November -

 

Our Science was in 4 parts today: -

 

Part 1 - We looked at our 4 trees for our longitudinal study and talked about the differences since last week (lots of leaves had fallen because of the frost) We also discussed 3 trees in the church grounds.  The children want to know if 2 of them are evergreen - we decided to keep checking so that we can find out.  

 

Part 2 - We went into the field and meadow to try and discover which was the oldest oak tree.  To do this we measured around the trunk at 1.5 metres (once back in the classroom we found out our oldest tree was over 200 years old!) We also tested how tall 2 of the oaks were by talking 5 paces and looking under our legs (this will explain some of the strange poses the children are making :D) We knew that 5 paces was equal to 50m.  We had mixed results but on average we estimated that our tallest tree is over 200 metres tall! 

 

Part 3 - We went back into class and recorded our findings in a table.  Some of us also used information from the Woodland Trust to find out what historical connections there were.  For instance one of our oak trees started to grow when the Wright Brothers flew the first manned flight in 1903.

 

Part 4 - Some of us planted the good acorns we found from last week.  Mrs Simmons also gave us some saplings which we will plant next week as we needed larger pots.

 

Again, everyone worked really hard today - well done.  Mrs Davenport smiley

 

 

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Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes. We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant. In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week. We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink. As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.

Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   1
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   2
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   3
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   4
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   5
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   6
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   7
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   8
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   9
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   10
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   11
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   12
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   13
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   14
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   15
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   16
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   17
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   18
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   19
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   20
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   21
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   22
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   23
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   24
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   25
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   26
Wednesday 13th November - Today we checked our 4 trees to see if there had been any changes.  We noticed that the Lime and the Whitebeam had lost most of their leaves and discussed what deciduous meant.  In the classroom we continued our tests on the acorns that we collected last week.  We placed them in a bucket of water knowing that the viable ones would sink.  As a class we discussed what we could do with the good acorns and recorded our ideas on a wonderwall.   27

Thursday 7th November: Today we went on an acorn hunt within the conservation area. We also checked to see the differences in our four trees. Once we had collected lots of acorns we returned to the classroom and tested them in several ways to see if they might be able to grow into an oak tree. We have one final test to conduct next week.

17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week. We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions. Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport

17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   1
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   2
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   3
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   4
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   5
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   6
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   7
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   8
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   9
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   10
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   11
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   12
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   13
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   14
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   15
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   16
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   17
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   18
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   19
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   20
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   21
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   22
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   23
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   24
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   25
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   26
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   27
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   28
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   29
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   30
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   31
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   32
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   33
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   34
17th October 2019 - Today we made some leaf rubbings from our 4 trees (the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime) having looked to see what differences have started to happen since last week.   We also planted some seeds, we talked about what a seed needs to grow and how to follow instructions.  Some children went on to create their own method for planting. Well done everyone for lots of hard work - Mrs Davenport   35

10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds. This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months. The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree. They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.

10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   1
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   2
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   3
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   4
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   5
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   6
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   7
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   8
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   9
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   10
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   11
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   12
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   13
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   14
10th October 2019 - today we looked at four trees in our grounds.  This will form part of our longitudinal study over the coming months.  The children looked at the Willow, Whitebeam, Silver Birch and Lime tree.  They have chosen one to study and completed a data sheet of information.   15

3rd October 2019 - Science lesson; identifying trees in our school grounds.

Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement. The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom. As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape. The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport

Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 1
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 2
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 3
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 4
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 5
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 6
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 7
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 8
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 9
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 10
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 11
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 12
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 13
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 14
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 15
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 16
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 17
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 18
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 19
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 20
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 21
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 22
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 23
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 24
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 25
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 26
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 27
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 28
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 29
Wednesday 25th September - Today we continued to look at measurement.  The children used rulers, metre sticks and their feet to measure a variety of objects inside and outside of the classroom.  As a class we measured the hall (estimating the length first) using trundle wheels and a large measuring tape.  The children all worked so hard that everyone was a Superstar! Well done to you all! Mrs Davenport 30

Thursday 12th September - As part of our outdoor skills days we collected data on a tally chart of our birthdays in class. We talked about seasons and what months each season contains. We then made a bar chart on the playground to show how many of us had birthdays in each season.

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