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Monthly Archives: January 2020

A day in the life of a Victorian schoolroom.

This week, Year 6 got a taste of what life was like for Victorian schoolchildren when their classroom was transformed into a room from the 1800’s – complete with Queen Victoria watching their every move from her portrait! Pupils discovered that conditions, and lessons were very different from what they are used to in the … Continue reading »

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Holy Week Crime Investigation.

This week, Year 4 have been continuing their R.E. work on Jesus and finding out why many people consider him inspirational. The class were asked to investigate who was responsible for the death of Jesus Christ. They were given information and pictures of the people involved and after much debate within groups they had to … Continue reading »

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Year 6 Victorians Timeline

Year 6’s new history topic is The Victorians, and in order to understand how important the Victorian era was, the children had to create a human timeline of Victorian inventions and events. They were surprised to discover things such as the start of the Football League, the creation of the Liquorice Allsort and the building … Continue reading »

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Year 4 Holy Week Work

This week, Year 4 have started work on their new RE topic ‘Why do some people think Jesus is inspirational?’ They began by finding out more about Holy Week, and what it means to Christians. They used different artists depictions of the events to ask questions, form opinions about the important events which occurred and … Continue reading »

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