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Can you name a scientist who has overcome stereotypes?

This week the children have all worked very hard to complete their maths booklets on arithmetic and reasoning.  We have been impressed with their resilience to trying new challenges.

In Maths, we have continued to work on telling the time and find and comparing durations of time.  In English, we have been reading The Runaway Wok.  We have worked on using conjunctions 'if', 'when' and 'that', used a range of adverbs and then applied these skills to planning and writing a diary entry.

In Computing the children loved creating a Google Slide and learning how to insert text.  They then learnt how to edit the font, size and colour.  They even changed the background and created new slides.

In Science, we have been researching scientists who have overcome stereotypes.  Can you name any of these scientists and what they did? 

Mae Jemison - WikipediaElizabeth Garrett Anderson - WikipediaGeorge Washington Carver: Biography, Inventions, Facts - HISTORYTu Youyou – Facts -

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