Year 4 have been using discussion to decide the most and least likely reasons for the Viking invasion of Britain.
Year 2 took part in a queen's workshop to end their history unit. They all became knights this morning and had the opportunity to do some jousting, designed their own crest, looked at some artefacts and took part in a knighthood ceremony. This afternoon they learnt about Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth I and did some super dancing. To end the day, they completed a big quiz to recap everything they had learnt. All the children had a fantastic day!
Year 6 had a wonderful day learning all about the Victorians at the Black Country Museum
Year 4 had a wonderful day taking part in a workshop all about the Romans
Year 6 enjoyed a live Holocaust workshop with a survivor from this time.
Year 1 learning about toys from the past using artefacts
Some of KS2’s fabulous history work in Spring Term
Year 6’s brilliant work on Crime and Punishment
Black History Month
Year 3 have been practising their timeline skills in their History lessons
Year 4's fantastic double page spreads all about Ancient Greek achievements and influence on the Western World.
Year 4's very windy trip to Wroxeter Roman City March 2022
Year 5's fantastic trip to Oak House
Year 6 work - Rosa Parks biography for Black History Month
Year 6 work - Crime and Punishment
Year 5 work - The Feudal System during the Norman times
Year 2 work - Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night
Year 1 work - timelines of items from old to new