Today, Year 4 were on a sound hunt around the school following their discovery that sound is created through vibrations and travels through the molecules around us into our ears. Whilst Year 5 have been exploring separating mixtures through a range of methods, such as sieving, evaporation and magnetism, and drew some scientific diagrams to show these processes happening. More active learning has been taking place in Year 2 as they planted seeds in different conditions and made predictions about which plant will grow the best. Whilst Year 1 had lots of fun recreating Jackson Pollack artwork outside and Year 3 have been learning about key parts of the human skeleton as well as investigating the different types of skeletons of other animals, such as a hydrostatic skeleton in jelly fish and a crab’s exoskeleton!