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All about data and mass

On Friday Y5’s did some conversions, as you can see in the above image from Harnoor’s book. Before half term, we had an investigation during our data handling topic. Y5’s were looking into Upper-KS2’s pack lunches and wanted to find out of it was [still] healthy. On Harnoor’s bar chart, you can see the results of Y5’s pack lunches. Different groups had different year groups in Upper-KS2. Our findings at the end: Upper-KS2 are still having healthy pack lunches, though we thought the fizzy drinks were a bit too high.  Harnoor’s bar chart is very clear and neat, her titles clearly explain what she’d investigated. If she had more time, coloured bars would make the bar chart more visually for anyone to read the data easily. Well done, Harnoor!



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