Our water cycle turned out pretty good. We had lots of fun making it however we found that the water was really warm as was the cup so we figured that most of the water had evapourated. We worked well as a group and could all agree that we would love to do something like this again.
We had a bowl with water in and a cup to make our own water cycle. We had it on a sunny window sill for four weeks, to see if the water evaporated and then condensed into the cup. Some water evaporated but there was nothing in the cup when we opened the experiment.
BY ALEX, JOE AND LEWIS MALONE
After 4 weeks on a sunny window sill we opened our water cycle experiment. To find a little bit of water in the bottom.
By Aaron,Christie,Sergio and Leah
On follow up to our science experiment, 4 weeks later we opened our experiment to see that our cup was a quarter of the way full although our cup fell sideways and collected some water. So we were unable to see accurately just how much water was collected in the cup. It was a fun and interesting experiment.
By Angus,Roddy,Archie and Kyle
We made a water cycle and it worked really well. We got a lot of water in the cup. we left it for four weeks and this is what we got. By KEIRA, JENNI, ROSS M AND ROSS M
Today, we were delighted to have Mr Vincent and the S2 pupils from Charleston Academy to visit us as part of Science Week. Each house group were accompanied by S2 pupils to learn about and take part in Science Experiments. The subjects we were learning about Magnets, Static Electricity and Combining Electricity and Magnetism. It was a great lesson which we all thoroughly enjoyed.
The P7’s learnt about keeping safe……they worked in groups with other children from the Charleston Cluster finding out about sub-stations, internet safety, dangers in construction sites, fires in the home, drugs, alcohol, road safety, rail safety and flooding risks.
This term sees the welcome return of Science. We are looking at the Water Cycle and today in groups, we built our own. We will monitor progress each day and report back on our findings next Wednesday.
I wonder what will happen?
We had a great trip to My World of Work, Church Street, Inverness – we coded to make our lego vehicles move in the morning. Went for lunch at Pizza Express (Yum) and created figures using Tinkercad in the afternoon.