This week, four of our year 4’s were given the opportunity to visit Robson house to take part in a science workshop. The workshop was based on looking at how electricity is created, particularly static electricity. We learnt that static electricity is composed of atoms. Atoms contain particles, these are known as protons and electrons. […]
We had a really action packed day at the Big Bang Fair in Birmingham. We found out how doctors use virtual reality to help patients to not be scared of MRI scans; we got to see inside an ambulance and we got to talk to a whole range of different scientists about how they use […]
This week Year 2 have been learning about the differences between things that are living, dead and never been alive in Science. We went out to our school garden to observe and gather some living and non-living things, and took photos of our findings. Then, back in the classroom, we discussed how we could tell […]
Our topic for this term in Willow class is “Animals.” In Science we explored different temperatures, and how some animals live in cold climates. We melted ice, poured water and played with different textures to experience how different animals live!
The Netley choir performed for an audience of thousands yesterday evening at The Royal Albert Hall for Camden School Music Festival! The children performed together with many other students from schools across the borough in a variety of different musical pieces. An unforgettable evening was had by all at this breathtaking venue and the children performed excellently.
Today Year 3 worked with the Royal Academy of Music. We learnt all about phrases in music and in groups created our own musical phrases using our names! We later performed them to the class.