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Science News 2019 2020

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  • 26/06/20

    Sun Shadows

    Creating a stick shadow and investigating how the sun appears to move. 
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  • 23/06/20

    Water - a Leicester Eco Competition

    A Leicester City Council Competition - to design a Water Fountain Station Board
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  • 11/06/20

    Sorting and Classifying

    Sorting and Classifying is an important scientific skill.  How would you describe the object?  What is it made of? What other things are similar?  
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  • 11/06/20

    Blue heart places : An Eco Project

    Sandfield were asked to identify an area of land that could be left to nature.
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  • 09/06/20

    A Bioblitz by Sandfield: An Eco Project

    What can you find that is living near your home?
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  • 09/06/20

    Litter: An Eco project

    Waging a war on litter.  Keyworker children have been regularly litter picking and we wncourage everyone to take their litter home and place it in the bin.  But there is still a lot of litter around. 
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  • 09/06/20

    Science is all about being curious

    Questions! Questions! and more Questions
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  • 09/06/20

    transport: An Eco project

    An Eco School's Project on Transport.  
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  • 25/05/20

    Building Bridges

    Isambard Kingdon Brunel was an amazing engineer.   We researched his life and built our own bridges.
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  • 11/05/20

    the last man to walk on the moon: Gene CErnan

    We love SPACE at Sandfield and we have been researching Gene Cernan - the last man to walk on the moon - but who will be the next person to walk on the moon - could it be you? 
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  • 27/04/20

    In a Spin

    Three different spinners to make and investigate
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  • 26/04/20

    The big freeze: freezing and melting at home

    What happens when you freeze water?  How can you melt it? Do all liquids freeze?
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