7.10.19 Below are photos of Durdle Door enjoying their new books which we bought with the money the PTFA kindly gave us.
24.9.19 – On Friday afternoon, Durdle Door found out all about DNA for Jeans for Genes day. We discussed what happens when something goes wrong with our genes. We then did an experiment where we extracted DNA from strawberries.
19.9.19 On Monday, Durdle Door made topographical maps of Mexico. We learn all about the shape of the land and how it affects climate.
One of our pupils made a Mexican feast for his family as part of his homework. The photos below show his finished dishes of Guacamole and nachos, Chilli con Carne and Rice, Mexican Chilli bread and an Agua Fresca drink. Amazing!
Durdle Door had lots of fun making guacamole today to start of our new topic on Mexico and the Mayans.
24.6.19 Durdle Door have been using microscopes to make careful observations about the different parts of a flower plant. We also looked at and described different seeds
Below are presentations about global warming made by pupils for their homework. Using skills learnt in their ICT/computing lessons, they have produced lovely work that gets right to the heart of the matter. Well done!
Durdle Door have worked very hard and contributed to the Crime and Punishment exhibition at Beaminster Museum. They wrote recounts of the crimes of local Mosterton horse thief – Blue Jimmy, and created some fantastic artwork to go with it.
Click on this museum link below for more information about the exhibition.
Durdle Door have been discovering all about Anglo Saxons this term. This is a piece of homework done by a year 4 student telling you all you need to know about Anglo Saxon food.
On Wednesday, Durdle Door visited Hooke Court to take part in their World War One experience. We looked at different artifacts, tried marching and drill and got to go into a real trench!