Perfect Pitch

We loved investigating pitch in science. We recorded our findings using scientific vocabulary.


We’re excited about investigating sound! Today we heard, felt and saw vibrations.

Science Matters

 We looked at how some species attempt to adapt to an alternative habitat due to climate change.

Independent Learning

What fantastic scientific classification skills! We are really proud!

Rocket Designers

This week we have been working in teams to build rockets using junk modelling, let’s hope they make it to the moon!

Perfect Pumpkins 

The Daisies have been using their senses to explore the pumpkins. We talked about how what they look like, smell and feel like. We even talked about what we could do with them. Some of our Daisies are going to carve pumpkins for Halloween! 

Brrrr, it’s getting cold!

We have been learning how to cut different fruits and vegetables safely. We made a delicious tomato soup to warm up our tummies in the Autumn. 

Hedgehog Heroes 

The Daisies have been learning all about hibernation. They helped our little Hoglets hibernate by finding them lots of food and a safe place to hibernate in our wild area. They made sure the Hoglets had lots of leaves to keep them safe and warm during the Winter. See you in Spring Hoglets!

Can we get the bread back? 

We learned that making toast is an irreversible change…and also that making toast means we can add butter, honey or jam and eat it!

We are Scientists! 

As part of our ‘Changing States’ topic we looked at how we can change water into a gas and a solid and back again. Next, Mrs S gave each of us a pet ice cube, a paper plate and a piece of tin foil. We were asked to keep the ice cube in its solid state for as long as we could. We thought carefully about using scientific language.

Life Cycles

Today, the Tigers have been learning about the life cycles of both amphibians and insects, along with their classifications. They were tasked to find the correct information hidden around the classroom and complete the life cycles of frogs, newts, butterflies and dragonflies.