Teacher: Miss Hall
Teaching Assistant Mrs Rashbrook
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To find out more about our class and what activities we have been undertaking on a daily basis then please take a look at the details below. This page will be regularly updated with new material so please keep checking back for new information.
On Thursday 10th March, we held our class assembly to show what we have been learning.
It's all about dinosaurs!
We went to the Natural History Museum were we went into the investigate centre and the children became scientists.
They were able choose from a variety of objects (fossils, bones, insects, dead animals, animal skins and loads more) and they became scientists.
They asked questions such as where did the object come from, how long was the object? They drew a detailed picture of the object, weighed it and measured it and then came together as a whole class and shared their findings.
We also went to visit the earthquake and volcano gallery where we experienced a real life earthquake and some of us went to visit the robotic Dinosaur (I think the t-Rex)
The trip was great, children enjoyed it, adults enjoyed it and we were all truly worn out on our way back to school.
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