Have I seen a volcano?

Hi all,

We are in term four already I can’t believe the year has gone so fast.

This term we are going to be looking at volcanoes, earthquakes and mountains. I am sure that you have done lots of your own research and I am looking forward to you sharing this with me and the rest of the class.I would really like it if you would share your work on line with us so that we can all see what you have been up to.

Do any of you know how to make a volcano at home (please make sure it’s ok to do o before you do)?

Why do volcanoes happen?

What do you know about mountains in Great Britain?

Share what you know.

Mrs. Comber

Why does my heart beat?

Hi year six and welcome back.

I’m excited to start a new term and a new topic. This one is one of my favourites – it contains lots of science and a great book, Pig Heart Boy. I bet you can’t tell what that is going to be about.

I hope you all got chance to do some research over the half term so that you can come back and tell me how to live a healthy life and look after my heart. I am looking forward to seeing what you have all managed to find out. It would be great if we could share some of it on the blog for others to see.

Mrs Comber

A new year!!!!!

Welcome back Year Six.

Another new year and your last with us at St. Paul’s so lets try and make it the best one yet.

You already know our topic this term is the Second World War as you have already been doing some research for me, which I look forward to reading. Some of you have already shared some of the amazing facts that you have discovered and I have to say that some of them were new to me.

Throughout the term you will have the opportunity to create your own books on anything that you found interesting about the war and these will be shared with the rest of the school. I can’t wait to see what amazing things you come up with.

Here is looking forward to an interesting year.

Mrs. C.