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Visit from DC Doran and Forensic Officers

We were visited by DC Paul Doran and Naima and Jennifer, the Forensic Officers. What an exciting visit - we leant how fingerprints can be used to solve crimes. Everyone had a chance to see their own fingerprints and then we solved the crime of the missing puppy, Tilly. Thankfully Tilly was found and the culprit was apprehended! Mrs Gaynor Brannigan told us about the Air Ambulance and we hope to support this charity very soon.

Presenting Data

Today we created graphs to present data. We rolled our dice 50 times and recorded the score on tally charts. After that, we went to the computer suite and used 2Graph on Purple Mash to make bar charts, line graphs and pie charts to present our results.

We made a delicious vegetable soup for our spring DT project. We included onions, potatoes, swede, carrots and tomatoes in our soup which we scrubbed, peeled and chopped ourselves. To serve, we sprinkled fresh parsley on top and dipped crusty baguette in too! Yummy!

 

Here is a similar recipe you could follow at home. Do as we did, add the vegetables you enjoy and remove the ones you're not so fond of. If you make some soup at home, please email us any photographs. 

DT Research - Tasting Vegetables

We will be making vegetable soup as our spring DT topic. As part of our research, we tasted lots of vegetables to decide which might be nice to include in our soup. Many of us were pleasantly surprised by the taste of these vegetables and we discovered new foods that we liked!

Here's the recipe for the bread we tasted in our Shabbat party - maybe you could make it at home.

Y3 enjoyed an immersive Stone Age History Experience Day on Tuesday. Jo from LittleFoot visited us and taught the children about the tools and weapons that would have been used in this period before we went outside to our new Forest School area. This was where the children learnt to SAFELY light a fire using fire steels and a small piece of cotton wool as kindling. We were taught about the hunter / gatherer nature of the Stone Age people and we discovered lots of useful plants growing in our school grounds including yarrow and dandelions. It was really exciting to try eating some insects just as they would have done 15,000 years ago – we sampled buffalo worms, mealworms and crickets! Afterwards, Jo showed us how we could use charcoal as a toothpaste and toothbrush! We also learnt about tying different knots as the Stone Age people would have used these to tie flints to sticks for their weapons, to build snares to trap wild animals and also to create their shelters. What a wonderful experience we had!

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