Anglian Water cycle by Julia

18 10 2017

This week , Richard from Anglian Water came and we made our own water waste. It was horrible!  We mixed POO AND WEE!!!!!!!! TOGETHER  we hade so much fun. I hope the next year 5 class get Richard and they will write a blog too.

 

Anglian Water




Anglia Water by Paige

18 10 2017

Anglian Water

Last week a man named Richard came to visit year 5. He was from Anglia Water, he showed us how water is cleaned and it was very interesting. Richard was very kind to year 5 and gave them a pencil to us at home. liked the bit when we had to make the water dirty. I am glad Richard came and i hope you are too. See you soon for my next blog bye bye.




The Anglia water trip by Tanaya

18 10 2017

Anglian Water

Hi I am going to be telling you about a recent visit we have had from a person from the Anglia water company. A man named Richard came in to talk to us about how he cleans sewage water. We got given a pot each and a bottle of water, Richard told us to use the water that we had in the bottle to clean the cups on our tables using only a paintbrush. It was a very hard because we had to use the least water to win. Sadly,our table lost we used more water. After break, each table were given a tub wich was full of clean water. Then one by one we were given some things to put in the clean water like what they found down the pipes. Before Richard went we were given a bookmark saying what we were going to do in our house or anywhere to save water. We were also given a pencil i thought it was wondereful, thank you Richard!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




PHASES OF THE MOON TRYFAN

18 10 2017

Phases of the moon

In science were learning about the phases of the Moon.There is waxing gibbous, first quarter, full, waning  gibbous, third quarter, waning crescent, new and  waxing crescent. These phases of the Moon are all different and have different names so we wont get mixed up whith them.




Phases of the Moon Melody

18 10 2017

 

In science we’ve been learning about the phases of the moon.It has been very interesting!We’ve learnt that they have different names but a lot of them sound the same so it was very confusing.To help us Mr.Thomas  put up pictures of the phases and wrote down there names and then we had to put down the names on our writing sheets.The position of the Moon and the Earth is what causes the phases.

 

Thank you for reading my blog

moon phases diagram




Increasing your knowledge about Delapre by Ahlam

18 10 2017

Hi guys it’s me and I am at home right now but I just want to tell you about Delapre. Basically at our school we have differrent year groups . From reception to year 6. We also have a cards and the cards have little boxes for us to  stick stickers on . When we finish our card we get a certificate at assembly . After our first card we get our next card . Our cards are in colours: 1st is red, 2nd is blue, green, pink then on and on until card 8 . At the end if you finish your card you get be headteacher for the day which is very fun. But obviously you have to do it with the headteacher!!!!  At break Times we get separated ks2 get their own playtime ks1 get Theor own playtime. Our head teacher is very nice ,no offence to other head teachers but Mr Portery is simply just THE BEST!!! 

This is the end of my blog about Delapre primary school . But don’t you worry I will always be back to tell you more!!!

 




R.E and Art By Molly

18 10 2017

In R.E we are learning about the story of  Rama and Sita. At the end of the story they come back from the jungle with the monkey king and Rama’s brother. Every one in the village lit their windows with lights.

Here is the story:

Rama was crowned king, his step mother didn’t want him to so she told the old king to send Rama and his wife, Sita to the jungle. The demon king Ravana tricked Sita with a golden faun. He then captured Sita and put her in Lanka.

The monkey king found Sita and told Rama. Rama had a battle with Ravana and won with his magic arrow. They came back and the village put lights out their window. In art we are making Diva lamps which are the lights they hang out their window. This story is told at the feast of Diwali.

 




Moon Phases Libby

18 10 2017

moon-phases

In class we have been learning about moon phases. You might of noticed in the sky, every night the moon  changes, it looks different from the night before. That is because of the moon phases. Moon phases are caused by the moon rotating on it’s axis and the sun shining on different places of it. As you can see in the picture above, the moon phases go in a order starting with the New Moon and ending with the Waxing Crescent before it starts again.




Willow’s blog post

18 10 2017

 Today after math’s we did a wacky web tale and  Libby thought it was so funny she  turned red . Then  we began to do some work on our  reports on a planet and the table that I am on are doing  the planet Neptune I think that it is very interesting.




Phases of the moon Ali

18 10 2017

the-moonThe isn’t always a full moon,sometimes the moon is shaped like a banana.the first person on the moon was Neil Armstrong and the second person was Buzz Aldrin,that was 45 years ago.a few years ago a rover went to Mars and explored it.In 8 years they are planning to fly to the Moon.Neptune is the coldest planet in the solar system. the hottest in the solar system is Venus.the rocket scientists are trying to fly to a different planet you never know there might be different solar system out there.