Ministry of Sport (Nathan and his team) have created home PE workouts on their website for you to enjoy at home.
The aim of these videos is to keep children active whilst at home and giving them simple plans and videos to follow that can easily be done at home either inside or in the garden. All sessions include a warm up, a short workout and some technical practices that only require basic equipment that can be easily replaced with household items if necessary (use your imagination).
They will keep updating their web page with new sessions, videos and challenges. They have split the sessions up in to different categories from Fizzytotz (Early Years Programme), to different sports. These plans will need to be accessed via a laptop or computer to view the videos, otherwise the invididual vidoes have been put under each specific session plan.
Have a go at all the sessions and see how you get on! We would love to see how everyone is going on with these sessions so please send us your videos or photos using Class Dojo.
If you would like to join in with these Home PE workouts follow the link below:
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Yesterday to celebrate our Science week we invited parents in for our ‘Science Market Place’ so that we could share all of the work we have completed throughout the week. It was a great opportunity for the children to showcase their work and set up stalls with investigations for everybody to enjoy. There was even a competition between Year 5 and Year 6 on the go as they had designed and made a brand new chocolate bar for Cadbury’s World. Parents had the opportunity to vote on the appearance, texture and taste. It was a tough choice as they were both delicious but Honeycomb Heaven won meaning Year 5 took the overall prize!! Well done to both classes for their entries.
The children have had a brilliant week and learnt lots along the way. Thank you to everybody for making Science Week a huge success.
There has been a poster and habitat competition on the go and we have had lots of fantastic entries, the winners will be revealed next week.
The children had a challenge of changing a bar of chocolate. The children planned their investigation and enjoyed eating their new chocolates they had made. The children learnt that chocolate is hard and then if you make it hot it will melt and if you make it cold it will go hard.
This week we have been very busy looking at all things to do with Science. On Monday we got to program all different types of robots and experimented with how to move them and use them. Miss Langford then gave us instructions that we had to follow and we pretended to be a robot ourselves!
This afternoon we have been busy looking at how the state of chocolate can be changed by heating it and how to plan a fair test. We made a list of what we needed to melt the chocolate and what would happen to it. Many of the children predicted that the chocolate would melt when it is over heat! We then put our chocolate into the fridge to see if it would return back to the original state. Whilst waiting for the chocolate to cool down we completed another experiment involving us melting chocolate in our hands! We timed the experiment and measured the chocolate pieces against one another so that the test would be fair. We then had great discussion on which chocolate we thought melted the quickest- milk or white chocolate.
In year 3 this afternoon we have tested how strong different chocolate bars are using a variety of investigations. We dropped the chocolate, snapped the chocolate, out weights on the chocolate and then finally hit it with a hammer. We found that the dairy milk was the strongest. Unfortunately we were unable to eat the chocolate – we were not impressed!
To start our Science week off, Year 5 had a robot workshop. The objective was to build a robot that could sense another and win a battle. We used motion sensors to detect the other robots and a motor with an arm to battle it. Once we built the robots, we used coding to write a set of instructions for it to attack. After our first battles some of the robots needed modifying and strengthening. The ultimate winner was “The Terminator”.
To kickstart our super science week we had a robot workshop this morning. It was great fun but also quite tricky. We worked in groups of 3 to build a robot that would be able to move when programmed. We were given a box per group and had to use problem solving skills to find the best way to build it.
This week we have been very lucky and had Mrs Barnes with us for baking. We made volcano cakes by baking cupcakes and tipping them upside down and cutting out a piece of the cake. We then used orange and red icing to create the effect of lava flowing out of the volcano.
To celebrate our last day with Mrs Barnes as it’s been our week of baking we made ‘cake pops’ to link with the chocolate from Cadbury’s world and decorated them with red icing to give the effect of volcanoes to link to our topic. We had great fun and they tasted delicious.