Science Club members have been busy lately investigating scientific theories whilst making Gloop and Lava Lamps. Firstly, we found out that Gloop is a non-Newtonian fluid. It is a solution that behaves a little like a solid and a little like a liquid and seems to defy the laws of gravity. You just need to mix Cornflour and water to make this substance and, although it is messy, it's a lot of fun! The children were amazed by the actions they saw in their Lava lamps which, they learnt, were caused by hydrophobia! .
Welcome to Year 5! Our Spring Term question is "Why should the world's rainforests matter to all of us?" This topic will cover many of the Geography objectives for Year 5, such as learning... more