Those children not going to Wales have embarked on their own adventures this week, beginning with a trip to the Submarine Museum in Gosport.
The day began with a guided tour from a real submariner of HMS Alliance – a World War 2 era submarine. The tour was very interesting and filled with amazing places to see inside the submarine, such as the control room, the engine room, the mess (relaxing area) and the loos! We had to climb and duck through the hatches, stepping over all sorts of items on the floor and exploring what life was like for people living in a submarine.
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Who would have thought that we had so many blood-thirsty Year 6s! On Thursday 9th February, Open Box Theatre arrived at school and proceeded to share so many interesting and rather bizarre facts about the Vikings.
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Today, children across Year 4 and 5 took part in an OpenBox
Theatre Workshop, based on the Egyptians. Workshop team (Ken and Alma) explored life in Ancient Egypt with the children… recapping the learning from our History work before providing children with a chance to take part in daily life back in Egyptian times.
Children were given the opportunity to dress up in Ancient Egyptian outfits while learning about the Egyptians. Covering topics such as oatmeal-deodorant, dung beetles, Ra and even animal-fat-perfume, children were enthralled by the many topics covered by the OpenBox team!
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As part of their work on the Egyptians, Year 4 and 5 took part in an archaeology lesson. Children located artefacts hidden within the sand, identified what they thought these items were used for during Ancient Egyptian times…
Some children made their way into imaginary tombs to discover hieroglyphic paintings, while their classmates used laptops to research the objects that they had discovered…
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