The rate my toe nails have grown is about the same rate as the North Mid Atlantic Ridge 25mm per year. The photo on the left was taken today 22 Feb the photo on the right on 14th Jan. The cupboards are bare. The chefs are having to be very creative… Managing to create… Continue reading Toetectonics, empty stores and glorious sun plus dolphins
Rubbish and Recycling This is ONE weeks rubbish from 51 people on the RRS James Cook Incinerator for burning rubbish. Aerosols MUST NOT go in the incinerator. This would be very dangerous as they would explode in the heat. Fire is a big fear on a ship. So aerosols are kept very separate. Batteries also… Continue reading Rubbish, recycling, RRS JC….
I dedicate my blog today to my nephews: Patrick, Dominic and Ciaran, to Charley and to Poppy and to all the pupils at Great Moor School. The Poo Blog – What happens to all the poo on a ship? It is what is asked of the astronauts on the International Space Station too. I leave… Continue reading The Poo Blog
The top map is from the blog last week – I LOVE MAPS. The one beneath is the same area today. You can can see the added tracks of the ship. Firstly, OBSs are deployed then the ship takes a grid pattern (E-W followed by N-S in our case) over the OBS firing the airguns.… Continue reading Pictures I thought you might find interesting
Today we had a fire drill. We’ve all done it – traipsed out of the office or classroom on a cold wet day to stand in a car park or field and wait to be told it’s safe to go back in. We learn our exit route and know our roles clearly. I have to… Continue reading FIRE DRILL
Love to think of 5 year olds guiding their parents home using nautical terms 🙂 Take a look at @Indigoatcrafts’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/Indigoatcrafts/status/664549586111963137?s=09 Advertisements
Year 1 Great Moor Infants. I had great fun. We enjoyed Kung-fu Foo Plate Tectonics. The pupils were brilliant at remembering the words used on a ship. The teachers at Great Moor are wonderful and are going to help me develop my resources for KS1. I was delighted with my feedback: Hi Angela, I hope… Continue reading My first outreach talk.