……Please can we employ William as an assistant Science teacher?
I think his Science skills are undoubtedly better than Mrs Henderson’s!
We all need food, but producing food in the future is going to be a real challenge. With population growth, the effects of climate change and the desire to produce more food in a sustainable way, the challenge is real. The agriculture industry needs bright, well educated, practical and passionate young people to take on this challenge and come up with innovative ways to address these issues.
Today’s focus on future farming looks at careers in the farming industries
Maybe you could be a farmer of the future?
Now then farmers……..
Old Mrs Henderson managed to ‘muck up’ Wednesday’s!
Last week was supposed to be Woolly Wednesday and this week Welly Wednesday but never mind. They both begin with ‘W’ and fit nicely in with Wednesday so………
Today we celebrate Woolly Wednesday. I wonder if you can guess what today’s focus is?
Take a look and see
Today we are all about vegetable production …………….Tasty Tuesday!
It looks as though our friends at Countryside Classroom are getting a bit over excited with huge powerpoints and lengthy video clips so for the rest of the week, like yesterday, we will post you the links each day. Just copy and paste into your browser and off you go!
Morning farm friends!
To kick off our second week of farming fortnight we have Mooing Monday!
As there is so much Mooing going on the powerpoints, videos and resources are a bit big to add to the blog so here is the link to the website for you (just copy the link and paste in your toolbar)
Happy Mooing Monday
We are coming to the end of our noticing nature focus with this being the next to last mindful focus.
This week we are looking at spending 20 minutes or more in mindful practice but with the weather being a little unpredictable – every minute counts.
With big friendliness,
It seems as though many of you have been enjoying your home science experiments from Whiz, Pop bang so we have decided to make sure that all of you can enjoy them by including them in your science work packs for this half term.
You should, in the next little while, either receive a pack of work through the post, by email or on office 365 Teams and inside you will find a whole range of new and different science experiments to try at home (Yes you can try these at home!) as well as some other bits and bobs that will keep you occupied for the next half term.
If we find more experiments as the weeks goes on we will add these too and get them out to you.
Stay safe, have fun and remember always ask an adult to help with your experiments.