Brains On! The wonderful weirdness of water

Brains On! The podcast for children & curious adults.

The wonderful weirdness of water: We explore some of the weird things water can do, like move against gravity! Or cut right through rock! We learn some of the reasons why water is so weird and fill you in on how you can learn more about the water in your neighbourhood.

Mr M’s Mystery Blog

Hello everyone.

This is my first Blog page so I thought I would challenge you to solve this mystery of mine.

I have hidden a little prize somewhere in the school. See if you can find it by following these clues.

  1. When I look up all I see is blue (sometimes blue with a bit of white or just grey)
  2. I am hidden in a place where people remember.
  3. We all gathered in this place at the start of the term.
  4. Think of a lamb roast and you’ll find me.
  5. Bring Mr M the prize card to claim your prize.

Good Luck.

Hope to see you soon.

BTN – Lab Grown Meat (Week 6)

Should lab-grown meat be called meat, or something else and would you try it?

Note to Year 5/6s: If the video does not play on your device, visit the BTN website (link). If the video still does not work on your device you will need to investigate with your mum and dad that your system and browsers are up-to-date. In the meantime, you can see Mr C for a transcript.

 

Junior Chef

Hi everyone. I am here to show you a new recipe. This recipe may contain traces of nuts.

Ingredients:

  • 2 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 cups sugar
  • 2 cup wholemeal flour
  • 280g butter (melted)
  • 4 tbs of golden syrup

Steps:

  1. Preheat the oven 180 degrees Celsius
  2. Mix the oats, sugar and wholemeal flour together in a bowl
  3. Mix in the butter and golden syrup
  4. Bake in the oven 15-25 minutes checking often

5/6 Colour Wheels

The 5/6 classes have been mixing primary colours to create secondary and tertiary colours. They traced their own template design and painted each one, referring to the colour wheel. After each shape was cut out, it was assembled into their own colour wheel. Great persistence was demonstrated by the students!

Golden Raffle Ticket

Here is Alexander (5/6 MAL) and Alexis (5/6 SC) who are two recent Golden Raffle Ticket winners. Alex for the ‘Mother’s Day’ image he created for the blog and Alexis for winning last week’s ‘Mystery Word’. Keep an eye out for ways that you too can win a raffle ticket.