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United Utilities Water Workshop


Kingfisher Education visited us today to hold a water workshop.  We learned all about the water cycle and how water is treated and then pumped into our homes.  We found out how not all people are fortunate to have access to fresh clean water and we considered ways in which we could save water and not waste it.  


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Beech class enjoyed exploring the giant Arctic polar map.  We explored lines of latitude and longitude and had to use co-ordinates to locate places on the map.


We explored using Google Earth digital mapping. We had to try and find different regions of Italy, as well as locating Pompeii.

We developed skills in using the different features of the digital maps including the search, street view, 3D, zoom and measuring tools.

We have been busy researching all about Mount Vesuvius as part of our topic 'A pizza Pompeii'.  We then used our information to write a Geography information text all about the Volcanic Villain.
We worked in groups to explore a range of maps, including climate and topography maps, which compared Italy with the UK. We looked at a range of photographs from each country to analyse the similarities and differences between each place.
We worked in teams to explore capital cities of Europe.  Mrs Casey gave us a variety of European flags and we first had to identify which country the flag represented.  We then had to locate the country in an atlas and find out what the capital city was.  We could present our work how we decided.  Some capitals were easier than others!  
We developed our skills in using an atlas to locate lots of different countries in Europe.  We found out that the largest country in Europe is Russia and found out a few place names that quite a few of us had never heard before, such as the Ukraine and Belarus.