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Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a theoretical physicist who published the special and general theories of relativity and contributed in other areas of physics. He won the Nobel Prize in physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect.

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Working Scientifically

Water Resistance - Year 5/6CF

Exploring Cogs in Year5/6CF

Y3/4 Light. Question, 'Transparent, translucent or opaque?'

Y5 - Forces

Y5 - Investigating Air Resistance

Y5 Reporting & presenting findings. Question, 'How do different animal life cycles compare?'

Y5 - Chemistry at All Saint's

Y3 Classifying. Question, 'Magnetic or non-magnetic?'

Year 4 enjoying Science lessons at All Saints

Y1 Everyday Materials. Question, 'Which material will make the strongest house for the three little pigs?'

Y3/4 Comparative Tests. Question, 'Just because a magnet's bigger, does it mean it's stronger?'

Y3/4 Cross Curricular Science & History. Y3/4 simulate making an alloy to better understand the alloy of copper & tin (bronze) being made during the Bronze Age.

The clay represented the copper.
The sand represented the tin.
Alone, the clay felt soft & smooth.
With sand added, the mixture began to toughen.
Children felt their materials' strength changing.
Y3/4 made beakers like the Beaker People.
Beakers were made from bronze in the Bronze Age.

Reception Exploring New Life and Changes in Their Enviorment

Reception Waterproof Experiment - Testing Which Material Would be Best for Baby Bear

Reception - Planting

Reception - Space Topic

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