The class were given the challenge this week to build electrical circuits using a bag full of electrical parts. Each group had to work together to create a series circuit and/or a parallel circuit, introducing switches when appropriate. Every group managed to build a working circuit as a team. They then explained how they did it, the knowledge and understanding behind each type of circuit and finally the skills required for the task.
SCIENCE WEEK 2019
Throughout Science Week each class undertook a project based on the theme of ‘Journeys’. St.Mary’s pupils showcased their learning in the school to family and invited guests.
WE TOOK EVERYONE ON A JOURNEY…….
P1: On Cinderella’s Coach
P1/2 & P2: Through the Rainforest
P3: From the River Nile to the Field
P3/4: Under the Ocean
P4: Over the Ocean
P4/5: Fighting as a Jacobite
P5 & P5/6: Safely over the Sea
P6: Travelling by Train
P6/7 & P7: Round the Racetrack
We know everyone enjoyed sharing in our learning experience today. We loved Science Week and our Showcase.
Mrs. Kellas would like to take this opportunity to thank Alistair Grant, a Science lecturer at Edinburgh University for his continued support. His guidance and practical skills have enabled numerous school projects to be undertaken over the past 3 years.
Finally I would like to thank all the staff and the children for their enthusiasm and commitment throughout Science Week. It was a pleasure to see pupils and family members engaged in educational discussion and having fun.
P6 have been busy completing homework tasks about their class topic, Kenya. We have researched information, created models of houses and jewellery and created interesting stories, news reports and diaries. We have also had some amazing artefacts from Kenya brought into our class to discuss and look at.
Well done P6!