These are some of the fantastic sketches the children have produced of Stonehenge.
We have also been looking at different soil types. This involved looking at the make up of the soil around the school.
The children also tested sand, peat and the soil around the school to see which of the three soils was the most and least permeable.
In the left hand jar in the picture the children spooned in equal measures of sand, peat and soil and then poured in water into a glass jar and shaking it. This was then left to see what happened.
The right hand jar had just soil. Can you see the different levels?