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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Simple Circuits

This week we have started looking at electricity and simple circuits.

We started the week by thinking about electrical appliances and whether they were mains or battery powered.  We sorted them into groups and were a little surprised by some of them.

Tegan "I was really surprised that the coffee grinder can be both battery or mains powered!"

 

We then went on to create some simple circuits.  We all managed to make the bulb light up.

       

Finally we tried to to draw our circuits.  We are beginning to learn the scientific symbols.

"The drawing using the symbols was so much easier to draw and understand as it is really clear what we meant." Omar

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