Did you know a ‘Dig for Victory’ campaign was set up during World War 2. This was because men and women were forced to grow their own fruit and vegetables because of the shortage of foods. People living in the UK were going through rationing, which they were limited to their supplies of food.
Today, we have researched the Dig for Victory campaign and designed our own gardens. We thought carefully about the measurement and the cost of the items.
Today in Topic, Class 8 created a tudor family tree identifying the different queens and kings in the tudor times. They used the song ‘divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived’ to remind them of Henry VIII and his six wives.
Today, we have been to Wroxeter, the Roman ruins in Shrewsbury. We were able to look at an old Roman Town House and see ruins that were actually there when the Romans were! We also had a go at pretending … Continue reading →
This afternoon, we have been making E-Books and keynotes all about the Romans! We have been typing up facts about them as well as recording ourselves saying the different facts. What do you know about the Romans?