Key stage 1 children loved their great fires of London topic!! It seemed a shame to set fire to the houses they had constructed out of cardboard and straw and then painted!! But we did!!! (Click to enlarge the pictures)
We watched from a safe distance as the fire started in the bakery and took hold very quickly!! Within minutes they were burned to the ground!! Not like the days it took in 1666!! Super hands on learning!!
As part of their Ancient Greeks Topic, and with links to the General Election last week, Year 5 and 6 have been discussing the development of democracy in Ancient Greece. We have had class votes on four different types of…
Our Y3/4 children were invited to the cemetery on Remembrance Day to lay special poppy crosses on the war graves. We had a very peaceful afternoon, with some real reflection, thinking about the people who had given their lives in battles since the First World War.
The children also observed a two minute silence at the War memorial at the cemetery and two children were chosen to lay a special poppy wreath in memory of the fallen soldiers. We feel very privileged to have been asked again to take place in this very important day by York Cemetery.