Have a look at our wonderful models that we have made to develop our learning in History this term.
We have had a super trip to the Verulamium. We started the day with a walk around the Roman ruins and sketched the Roman mosaic floor and Hypocaust (under floor heating). The Museum had lots to see and do. Particularly popular, was the activity where children could build an archway from foam bricks. The class were invited to touch centuries old relics from Roman Britain.
Here we are making salt dough in order to test its conductivity in a circuit. We used lemons and potatoes instead of batteries to power a circuit. The lemons weren't powerful enough but we managed to power a clock with potatoes. We have also been testing which types of paper can be lifted up by the static electricity from a balloon.