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Science Activity Tuesday 23rd November

Today in Science we had a secret mission to free our dinosaurs! Unfortunately, an ice monster came to school last night and frozen some of our toy dinosaurs. Luckily, we thought of lots of ways to rescue them. We used hair dryers and hot water to try and melt the ice. We used toy hammers and spoons to try and smash the ice. Eventually, we managed to rescue all of the dinosaurs and returned them back to their homes.

The Great Fire of London!

Today in Class Danube we looked at how the fire spread so quickly in Pudding Lane by burning our own model houses. We started the fire at the bakery that Emily created and then watched it spread quickly to all the other houses.

It was very interesting to discuss why the fire spread so easily and quickly. After the houses had burnt, we talked about fire safety and why it is so important to be careful with fire.

We had a great time learning about The Great Fire of London this term and burning the houses was a brilliant end to our topic!

Class Danube Pictures

Hi Class Danube,

You have all done so well this term, I am really proud of you all! Here are some of the lovely things you’ve been up to:

Jayden has been super busy completing all the work set, finishing his Geography and Science projects and being very active! Well done Jayden!

Reuben has been working very hard, got a new pet hamster called Fluffy and been driving the digger. Your hamster is so cute Reuben!

Edward’s been super busy completing all his school work and doing so many exciting activities. He found grass snake eggs and a snake skin that’s almost 2ft in length!

Well done for all your hard work,

Miss Adamson


We are so proud of the focus and determination that you have shown during the whole lockdown period. I was particularly impressed with your Science and Geography projects. Your Science project is so detailed; you have included plans for meals, exercise and sleep and you’ve even worked out how many calories the person would consume each day if they stuck to your plan. Your Geography project is presented beautifully and I can tell how much your knowledge on the continents and oceans of the world has improved. Well done for all your hard work!