We did some research about what factors affect how rockets fly (aerodynamics and friction). Then we found out about how forces are used to make the rockets blast off. We used this research to help us to design some rockets to try on the rocket launcher. We will post a video next week to show you what happens when we put them on the air pump.
We asked Mr Brightmoor if we could borrow the air pump rocket launcher. We tested it out before we designed our rockets. Here is a short clip to show what happened!Rocket launcher
Alan the alien filmPlease have a look at our film. We made it during anti-bullying week to show what bullying is and how it affects people. We hope you like it!
Well done to all the students in Shafton PRU for successfully raising awareness for RAW over the past few weeks – a local animal charity close to our hearts! A BIG thank you to all the staff from Springwell, Shafton ALC and other people from the community for your generous donations – we (and our furry friends) really appreciate it!
Two fantastic twins have been spotted at St Emanuel Church cleaning the windows, they have been sighted on several occasions, helping out around the church and its grounds.
In Primary 3 we have been using Puppet Pals the explain the first moon landing in 1969. We hope you enjoy the show!
It was really pleasing to see how well the Springwell pupils have responded to Anti-Bullying Week. Today in assembly Mr Mangham reminded us all about the importance of tolerance and respect. He particularly focused on people who have disabilities. The video showed us all that bullies are cowards and everyone has rights. I think it is important to realise that not everybody is ordinary. If you are not ordinary then you are extraordinary. Disability makes you extraordinary!
We must always remember to respect each other, be kind and enjoy what everyone has to offer and contribute to the school community.