Mattias and Eloise Blog about the amazing Iceland Geography Trip.

Iceland 2018 During the Autumn half term, a group of 57 year 11 Geographers had the amazing opportunity to go on a ge-ographically filled tour of Iceland’s south coast to see its many amazing sights, giving us also fascinating in-formation and insights into the GCSE modules we are studying. Day 1 – 31st October 2018 […]

Comet the Common Frog! A blog by Tanga

Comet the Common Frog! *(Rana temporaria) *Scientific name My name is Tanga and I am in year 5. My blogs will be focusing science and nature. I enjoy learning about dinosaurs and zoology. I am a member of the University of Cambridge Zoology Museum. How I met Comet I met Comet when I was walking […]

James learns lots by helping others as part of D of E.

My DofE Experience This Monday I went over to SJS to teach young children about the science of colloids in science club which I volunteer for as a part of my DofE (Duke of Edinburgh award). Science club is led by Mrs Britton, myself and my fellow volunteer Callum Worthington and we teach year four […]

Harriet Blogs her review of Damien Hirst’s art exhibition.

During the summer holidays, I have been to Norfolk with some close family friends for some birthday celebrations. We had lots of fun but the highlight for me was going to the Damien Hirst Exhibition at Houghton Hall. Damien Hirst is a famous artist, who creates amazing pieces of artwork, many of which have been […]

Millie Hall shares her cooking blog!

Cooking Blog by Millie Hall I have always enjoyed helping my Dad prepare dinner for family get togethers.   I have had a lot of practice in peeling potatoes, chopping onions and marinating meats.  I have also always loved baking cakes and started baking by myself when I was 9. Now that I am 11 and […]

Lilly-May Blogs Drag Racing!

The Schools are here Malcolm Sargent (MS) and Stamford Junior (SJ) The racers are getting ready, driving around the hay bails Natasha Williams donated to us for SJ. The crowd are cheering on their teams! The drivers for each teams are: Sassy Mandy George India Tomas And let me assure you they are swift! Now […]

Manus blogs about Grasshoppers!

Grasshoppers are insects of the suborder Caelifera within the order Orthoptera, which includes crickets and their friends in the other suborder Ensifera. They are actually the oldest living group of chewing herbivorous insects, dating back to the early Triassic around 250 million years ago. Grasshoppers are typically ground-dwelling insects with powerful hind legs which enable […]

Henry Blogs about Birds!

Birds Birds have evolved from species for thousands of years. They evolved from theropod dinosaurs including Pteranodons. They have` also been very useful to humans too. Many species have been taken to design aircraft. The slowest bird is the American woodcock which maximum speed is 5mph [8km hr].The fastest is the peregrine falcon reaching speeds […]

Harry explains how a plane works in debut blog!

How a plane works The engine:  A plane engine works by air coming through the intake and then going through the axial compressor. Then it bypasses through the compressor wheels which contain of 3 large wheels and about 15 thinner wheels, which then feed to the centrifugal compressor which feeds into the air drivers on […]