One of our KS3T students has been busy at home doing science experiments! Well done, you are doing fantastic work and we’re really proud of you.
Well done to students in KS3 transition, you have had excellent attendance this term and some of you have achieved 100% attendance! Fantastic work guys, we’re really proud of you!
Key Stage 3 Transition had fun in School Games today. They took part in all sorts of sporting events, including, long jump, high jump, throwing long distance, shuttle runs and speed bouncing.
Key stage 3 Transition have been investigating the melting temperatures of different types of chocolate. They carried out a fair test and they discovered that white chocolate melts the fastest and the 85% dark chocolate melted the slowest. Their conclusion was, the higher the coco solid content,…
Key stage 3 Transition had fun in their maths lesson today. They used cake to explore fractions, cutting it into quarters. They also practiced quartering amounts, sharing chocolates into 4 equal piles. Of course, they enjoyed eating the cake and chocolates after they finished their…
KS3 Progress had fun this morning going on the school bikes. We practiced turn taking and following a simple course.
KS3 progress a fun science lesson today. They explored solids and liquids by melting chocolate, spreading it on biscuits, and then waiting for it to return to a solid. Of course, they enjoyed eating the biscuits when they finished!
Key stage 3 progress learnt about the Islamic story‘Muhammad and the spider’. They also created spiders using hand paint. Take a look at our pictures to see how.
Key stage 3 progress have been learning about Africa this term in humanities. This week they have learnt about mud huts and enjoyed making models out of clay. Take a look at out photo gallery to see.
Key stage 3 progress had fun in science today, they performed a biscuit dunking investigation - timing how long it takes for each different type of biscuit to disintegrate into the tea. They found out that the Bourbon biscuit lasted the longest and the digestive didn’t last long at…
Key stage 3 progress had fun creating paper bridges in science today. They worked in teams and constructed four very different bridges, all of which were successful and were able to hold the plastic animals. Well done KS3P!
One of our KS3 pupils - Sophie, has been busy planting sunflower seeds with her mum and dad. Her dad's sunflower has been the first to sprout so far, but we're sure yours will catch up soon Sophie! Keep us updated.