On Friday Year 4 rounded off their History topic on Vikings, by having a Viking Day. The children were all given Viking names for the day and each took on a role within the village, from chieftain to warriors, boat makers, weapon makers and cooks. 
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Today Year 3 visited Chedworth Roman Villa, as part of their learning in History.  During their workshop, the guide showed them the underfloor heating system and the bath house, both powered in the same way by a furnace. The children were amazed to hear that 
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Today Year 4 were visited by a Viking! The children enjoyed a morning of role play and at the same time their history knowledge of Viking society, beliefs and civilisation was broadened, as they were transported back to AD 793.  The children got into character 
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Last last half term, in their history lessons, Year 3 applied what they had learnt about the Bronze Age and had a go at making their very own torcs! They started by evenly rolling out some clay to make ‘sausages’. They then decided if they 
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As part of their History topic Anglo Saxons, the children climbed Bredon Hill to meet with the Local Authority archaeologist, who talked to them about the iron age hill fort. She brought the past to life for them and explained that, what initially looked like 
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This afternoon Year 4 took their History learning out into the Forest School area. They had learnt about how the Anglo Saxons constructed their houses, and laid out their settlements, including watching a YouTube video on how to make wattle and daub. Armed with all 
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Last week in Year 3 the children were learning about how fossils are formed. To make this learning come to life they had a go at making some themselves! First, they used shells to make a mould or cast fossil. Then they mixed up some 
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This term, as part of their History topic on the Ancient Egyptians, Year 5 have been researching, designing and making, their own canopic jars using clay. This week they were working with the clay to make their jars. Canopic jars of the Old Kingdom were 
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In their lessons with Miss Arnold, Year 6 have been learning about Isambard Kingdom Brunel. They have looked at the designs of his bridges and designed their own bridges trying to use some of the key features he used. The children then took part in 
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Hopscotch learned about Remembrance Day through our activities over the week.  We noticed people wearing red flowers and wondered why.  The children watched an information clip that explained what poppies meant to those that wore them, and why we have a two minute silence on 
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