Science, teamwork makes for dream work and dedication!
Year 3 and 4 teach science - go Kingfishers!!
Children led science workshops.
Poo from the Past: science and archaeology fun.
Poo from the Past: Aztec Poo!
Super STEM activities in Golden Eagles! Thank you Kingfishers for being excellent teachers!
Robins' enjoyed the snail game set. The snail game focused on predictability and adding two numbers together. The children had two dice and numbers 1 -12 on a sheet and asked which number do they think will appear the most. The children then had to roll the dice and add the numbers together, then move the snail that was on that number. The children found and discusses that "1 could not be made as the two lowest numbers were 1 and so 1+1= 2 so the smallest number we can make is 2." This was a fantastic activity that the children enjoyed and learnt a lot about numbers.
Kirk Hallam mathematics department working with our children to promote STEM.
Director of Mathematics from Lees Brook school comes to visit