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Running laps

Running laps

We are a healthy and  active class. At least once once a day we go out to the All weather pitch (“the big astro”) for a run. The children choose whether to run a full lap which is approximately 440 metres or a half lap. In September the class ran a total of 489 laps.

Can you Balance?

Can you Balance?

In order to balance when you are standing your centre of gravity should be over your feet. When you are standing and bend forwards your centre of gravity starts to move forward too. Normally, you’d compensate by sticking your bum out behind you.
In this experiment you stand with your back and heels against a wall/door. … Continue reading Can you Balance?

Electricity

Electricity

    
 
 

Tom, Andy, Gatsby and Nico!

Today the 3rd classes enjoyed a visit from Tom (with his dog Gatsby) and Andy (wiht his dog Nico). Both Tom and Andy are blind. Their lovely dogs are guide dogs.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tom and Andy told us about how they manage everyday tasks like cooking, getting around and telling the time.
Tom showed us a … Continue reading Tom, Andy, Gatsby and Nico!

Limericks – Mr. Gorman’s 3rd class

There once was a girl called Jill,
Who went down the hill,
She got a big smack,
Then said quack,
Then she had a pill.
By Mia
 
There once was a girl called Sue,
Who had nothing at all to do,
She didn’t feel well,
Then she fell,
After all that she had to go to the loo.
By Rachel
 
There once was a boy called Fin,
He … Continue reading Limericks – Mr. Gorman’s 3rd class

Paper Helicopters

The shape of the helicopter rotor blades make it spin when dropped from a height. Gravity pulls the helicopter down. The air resists the movement and pushes up each rotor separately, causing the helicopter to spin.

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