We have finished our project work on the Egyptians and we finished in style. We presented our learning to the school with an Egyptian assembly and shared our learning with family and friends with an Egyptian open session. The children displayed excellent presentation skills in their assembly and were great at teaching their adults all the skills they have learnt during our open session.
We have also been remembering the fallen with our remembrance work, we visited the War Memorial in the village to have an understanding of the impact WW1 and WW2 had on our village.
Jake has been educating us all about football players and teams by sharing his detailed work from home.
For Halloween we looked at the Day of the Dead festival and learned about the customs and traditions which surround it, we then made our own sugar skulls.
For anti-bullying week we talked about the importance of friendship and the qualities which make a good friend. We then picked the five qualities which we think are most important and put them on a hand print and put them all together to make a friendship wreath.