Trip to West Runton
Year 6 are on holiday but little did they know that a lesson on coastal erosion awaited them at the top of Brecon Hill! We just love geography at Cranbourne!
Year 6 have been finding out about our 'Extreme Earth' and have worked hard to produce wonderful home learning that shows some extreme weather conditions and natural disasters that take place around the world.
As part of Year 6’s Geography work on ‘coasts’ they visited the seaside! They saw how Walton-on-the-Naze has clear evidence of erosion and examples of other geographical features that we have studied this term.
Such a lovely day out!
Let's do the 'Swash and Backwash' dance!
Year 6 have been learning about longshore drift and how the swash and backwash of the waves moves sediment along the beach . When waves approach the coastline at an angle the sediment is carried up the beach (swash) at the same angle; it then moves back down (backwash) at right angles.
Source to Sea
Year 4 have been investigating how rivers begin their journey. The children saw how water will find its fastest route from high ground to sea level.
Year 1 visited Stanstead Abbotts and made some amazing maps!
Year 2 have been learning about Milford on Sea.
Year 4 have studied both Rivers and Rainforests!
Year 5 have been looking at the Mayans and the geography of Central and South America.
Year 6 studied Coasts and made some beautiful artwork!
17th March 2017
Year 1 had great fun trying to find all the coloured treasure by interpreting and following an aerial map of the middle school playground. Great work Year 1!
19th December 2016
Today the whole school learnt about Christmas customs around the world. Each year group found out about a different country. Here are some photos of the fun that was had.
Year 1 Explorers and Geographers
Year 1 have been learning how to read a map. We used a map to follow a route to Stanstead Abbotts. We looked at the important features on the map and found them along our route.