Year 5 Have A Polar Adventure

On Friday 13 October, Year 5 took part in their annual Polar adventures.

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18th October 2017 — On Friday 13 October, Year 5 took part in their annual Polar adventures. The children spent their afternoon investigating how blubber keeps animals warm in the Arctic and Antarctic and trying to make gloopy glaciers out of clay and cornflour. During the final part of the afternoon, the children returned to the classrooms and decided where they would like to visit and planned an expedition to their chosen region. They also had to try to design logo for their trip. The children had great fun and the event gave them more of an insight into the topic which they are studying in geography.

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About Danes Hill School

ISI/Ofsted inspectors rated Danes Hill School 'OUTSTANDING' in all areas in our school inspection. Danes Hill is located in the grounds of over 55 acres on the edge of Oxshott village in leafy Surrey. We are very proud of our excellent academic results and the increasing number of senior school scholarships being awarded to our pupils. Our pupils achieved 57 senior school scholarships in 2019.

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