As part of our school Erasmus project on airports, Year 6 have been designing their very own airport buildings. First, they considered what an airport would need. Then, they considered the best layout for the different buildings and features of the airport. Finally, they used the Sketchup CAD (computer aided design) software to make a 3D design of their airport. I’m sure will agree they look amazing! Good job Year 6!
Year 3 have been looking at different forces in their science lessons. This week we looked at contact forces and how different surfaces have different forces. We decided to do an experiment to help us work this out.
How far will the aeroplane travel on different surfaces? We decided to do the experiment 3 times on every surface material and measure how far the vehicle travelled.
After the Italian’s meeting, we continued to work with kites.
In mathematics… symetrie
And in art, Céline loves the kites stained glass that she saw in Italy. So we decided to do the same.