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What happens when you shake double cream?

Which liquids react with baking soda? We tested oil, water, lemon juice, fruit cordial, vinegar and milk.


Investigating how and why light reflects off different surfaces.

How do shadows change during the day?

We have been investigating materials to find out if they are transparent, translucent or opaque.

We created puppets to help us investigate shadows.

Animals including humans


Vertebrates and invertebrates.

Learning about how our joints work.

Year 3 have learnt about bones in the human body.

We have been learning about the importance of a balanced diet. We now know why each food group is important for our health and what information we can find on food packaging.

We had to investigate which surface the car travelled furthest on. We planned, carried out and recorded our findings.

We created a whole class investigation to discover which materials are magnetic and non-magnetic.

We have been looking at the historic scientist Mary Anning. Mary was the first to discover the complete skeleton of a Plesiosaurus, meaning 'near to reptile'. She was known throughout the world for finding fossils.

We have been looking at different types of rock, we have focused on igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.