Please read our grade’s biographies and feel free to leave some constructive feedback for some of the samples to help the students improve their work.
Earlier this term, 5/6A completed a science experiment. We attempted to mix water and oil together in some glass jars. We used blue food dye to ensure we could easily determine the difference between the water and oil.
We found that the water and oil do not mix together. The oil came to the top and formed a layer above the water.
After completing some research, the students discovered the water and oil do not mix because they are made up by different molecules that cannot mix with each other, which forces the oil to sit on top of the water.
Congratulations to Jay, whose 100 word challenge from last week was selected from 400 other pieces of writing from around the world to be one of the showcase 100 word challenges.
If you haven’t yet make sure you read our 100 word challenges, they are very descriptive and engaging to read.
Well done Jay!
Here is your chance to practise our concert dance at home. Watch the video carefully and ensure that you know the moves. Remember the concert is only three weeks away from tonight. We will be performing on the Thursday and will be the first act of the night.
Watch and enjoy!
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Following our grade’s maths investigation, the students published their work. They have discovered that we waste a huge amount of water from dripping taps and from leaving taps running while we are brushing our teeth.
During this investigation, students needed to record data, present data in a line graph, analyse data and used subtraction and multiplication.