Mrs Wheeler and Mrs Johnson would like to share this website with you – yule love the Science activities that link to the many customs and practices associated with the winter months and festivals of all traditions. Click on the image of the polar bears below to be directed to the Explorify Website: 



As some of you will know, Mrs Wheeler is one of our Science experts in school. She has been experimenting with her boys at home and would like to share some ideas, which you might like to try at home with your grown-ups too!

Dear children,  I have tried these experiments at home and thought you might enjoy them too. Please click on the links below to view the experiments.

Enjoy, go investigate and get exploring!

Most importantly, have fun!

Families, as there is (thankfully) a wealth of resources that can be accessed online to support your children’s learning during these unprecedented times I thought it might be helpful to ‘guide’ you to a few specific websites that may be of interest to you and your children, if you haven’t already found them. These are specific to supporting your child/ren’s Science learning and in further developing their scientific curiosity, awe and wonder about the positive, wonderfulness of the world.

Mrs Wheeler x

DIY Lava Lamps 

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Grow Your Own Hanging Crystals

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How To Grow A Rainbow 

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The Leak Proof Bag 

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 Useful Science Websites 
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STEM offers curriculum based activities and resources in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

 Explorify_320x181 Explorify – fun open-ended activities that support and encourage creative thinking and discussion, improves observation and vocabulary and increases questioning skills.
 Bitesize_320x109 BBC Bitesize – fun lesson activities to support homeschooling of different aspects of Science.