In science today, Sycamore class were building circuits! They learnt about the different components of a circuit, including cells, light bulbs, wires, buzzers, and motors. Using their knowledge, they had to predict whether certain circuits would work or not. The children eagerly tested their predictions by building the circuits and observing the results. They discovered that sometimes their predictions were correct, while other times they were surprised by the outcome for example, will two lightbulbs light up with only one battery? Through this hands-on activity, the children developed their problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and understanding of electricity. What a great lesson - well done Sycamore!