Today, year 6 took the coach up to Imperial War Museum North in Manchester to learn more about World War 2 – our Learning Journey. IWM North is packed with primary sources and personal stories that deepened our understanding of WW2. One of the exhibitions is called, ‘Fashion on the Ration’ where we learned how […]
A primary source provides direct or first-hand evidence about an event. Miss Lambeth interviewed her grandfather about his experiences as a child during air raids. You can hear some of his fascinating account here. Mr. Setchell’s grandfather was present at one on the key events of WW2. He was a marine and was on […]
Year 3 have been working hard this week; creating sarcophagi, building pyramids and learning Egyptian style dancing, and they made ginger bread biscuits as well! Take a look at our lovely photos!
The final project for our Vikings learning adventure has been to create 3D models of Viking settlements. We’ve been considering the key aspects of the human and physical geography of a settlement. Can you spot how and why the land is being used, any economic activity and the role water plays?
Today year three have been looking at a time line for Ancient Egypt. Continuing our chronology of time, the children helped to sequence the events that happened during the time period and relate this to our previous learning.
We’ve never had a Learning Adventure where we have increased our knowledge and understanding as much. From the 8th to the 13th Century, The Golden Age of Islam left an important legacy for our lives today. Take a look at some of our posters to see if you can spot some of the aspects of […]
What an amazing Learning Adventure Year 3 had yesterday. The school hall was turned into an airport departure lounge and the children were whisked off to Greece for the day! They gained an insight into many aspects of Greek culture today. Take a look at the video below… Photos to follow.