Well done Y6 - Great World War 2 work!
We have been learning about World War 2 and specifically the Battle of Britain. In particular we:
identified the different phases of the battle and also compared the strengths of the Luftwaffe and the RAF. We even had time to play our version of the…
Year 5 students embarked on a captivating journey through time last term, uncovering the changing lives of children from the Tudor period to the modern day.
The exploration began with the Tudor era, delving into the stark differences in education and daily life. Transitioning to the Victorian…
Thank you to everyone for bringing in your baby, toddler and now photographs to share.
We created a display discussing how we change over time.
We made memory boxes to capture our own life history.
Year 3 learn how to survive like their ancestors from the Stone Age - give or take that marshmallow tastes much better than red deer.
Year 3 become archeologists for the morning as they investigate Stone Age artefacts.
We have begun to investigate the similarities and differences between what it was like in Victorian schools and the schools of today.
Knowledge: to compare three periods of time
Skills: to say what is different or the same about the three periods
Vocab: periods, Victorian, modern
The children in Year 4 have had a fantastic day in Chester.
The children have become Roman Solider apprentices learning how to march and attack and defend in battle; they have looked at sources and artefacts to look for clues about the past and explored why the Romans invaded Britain and built…
Well done Y6.
We had a really great educational trip to the historic Port Sunlight Village today. We even learned about the 'census' - can you believe that an ex Port Sunlight resident was actually on the Titanic and survived (we proved it using the census information).
Year 3 take their sewing to a new level as they create scenes of ancient Egypt.
We don't use hieroglyphics anymore , but we have produced some wonderful factual writing about the Ancient Egyptians. Now where did I put that papyrus paper?
As part of learning about the Egyptians
we are designing scrolls.