Anglian Water cycle by Chantelle ;)

20 10 2017

Hi my name is Chantelle welcome back.

On Wednesday, a person called Richard came to talk to us about  how the water goes to our homes. So the water comes from the pipes under our homes then travels. Also we use a lot more  water than an average person does and did you know that an average personAnglian Wateruses hundred and forty four liters? Did you know there has been lots of odd things going inside of the pipes and filling up and blocking the sewage pipes? Take a look at a website. There are lot of things inside pipes like a wedding rings, false teeth, baby wipes and toys and hair-curlers .  Please don’t put grease, oil and fat down the sink because poor people have to clean those pipes so tell everybody not to put oil, grease and baby wipes and toys. Bye! Comment down below. Bye 🙂


The Water Cycle – Suzie

1 10 2015

In humanities, we are learning about the water cycle. It is really fun and we have designed our own ‘Saving Water’ posters and leaflets.

Here is an great rap about the water cycle:

The Water Cycle – Emily

1 10 2015

The water cycle is where water goes through things like evapouration , condensation and run off. So basically the water goes up from the sea, down from the cold clouds when its heavy. Then runs off of the mountains and back into the sea.

Here is a cool video for kids to learn about the water cycle

Water Cycle- Ruby

1 10 2015

In humanities we are doing the water cycle and we had to make leaflets about the water cycle. Here are a  few facts about how to save the water cycle.

* You can only fill the kettle how much water you need.

*Only use the washing machine when it is full.

check this out:

water cycle Ergys

24 09 2015

A water cycle will never stop.

water drop


The water cycle -Erin

17 09 2015

A couple of weeks ago we started learning about the water cycle . It is really fun we know now how to save water and not to waste it .

This is a suitable website for kids:

These are also some photos that will teach you;

The water cycle-Samantha

17 09 2015

In humanities we are learning about the water cycle. We have made posters/leaflets for this subject. I really enjoy humanities especially because of the posters. We have done some research on this and have been using some websites I recommend this one:

here are some pictures that I think explain the water cycle

This is also a brilliant video

Water Cycle-Nojus

9 10 2014

In science we’ve been leaning about the water cycle  the steps are evaporation, condensation, precipitation and then comes run off.


Water cycle-Kelsie

9 10 2014

Did you know that all Northampton’s water comes from Pitsford?

How The Water Cycle works:

First is evaporation this is were water turns into water vapour.

Next is condensation this is were the water vapour turns into water again.

After that  is precipitation this is were it starts to rain.

Lastly is run off which is were the water runs off hills to rejoin the water cycle.

the water cycle


the water cycle-Josie

9 10 2014

Here is a picture of the water cycle.

Evaporation is when the water from the sea rises into the warm air .Then it is condensation that is when the water droplets get cold and join on to another droplet. Next it is precipitation that is when the droplets fall down as hail rain or snow. Then the water cycle goes round and round and round again.