This half term, as part of learning about the Great Fire of London, Year 2 had a very exciting visit from ‘Samuel Pepys’, who lived through the Great Fire. The children were amazed to hear that he had lost his horse, Ginger, and had time 
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As part of this half term’s history topic on Viking Britain, Year 4 visited Bishop’s Wood Environmental Centre for a Viking Day. They were very excited on arrival to be met by a Viking settler, who told them about his homeland, how and why he 
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After their educational visit to Chedworth Roman Villa, Year 3 continued to explore what life was like in Roman Britain, with a focus on their technological achievements. Pupils were able to gather information about what the Romans had built such as: housing, places of worship, 
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Year 3 had an amazing time at Chedworth Roman villa earlier this term. They had a very well informed tour guide, who shared with the pupils what the Romans would have done in each of the rooms. The children were shocked when they found out 
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As part of their learning about Roman Britain, Year 3 turned into Rotten Romans for the afternoon! The children were each given a plain shield and were divided into two groups and organised into the Roman army ranks of legate, prefect, tribune and centurion. They 
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Year 3 enjoyed a fantastic morning of outdoor learning with local archaeologist Nina O’Hare. The class climbed up to the remains of the Iron Age Hill fort on Bredon Hill for They found out how long a go the Iron Age was, made a time 
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Yesterday Year 4 visited Pershore Abbey as part of their history topic, Anglo Saxon Britain. The visit was arranged so that the children could learn more about the Abbey and its history, and find out what life was like for the Anglo Saxon monks who 
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During their outdoor learning session this half term, Year 3 went back to the Stone Age!   The children worked together to create a timeline of this period on the playground. The class are studying this era in their history lessons and they were amazed 
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Year 6 enjoyed a fun-filled learning day at the Black Country Living Museum and are full of enthusiasm now to begin their new topic on the Victorian Era and the impact of the Industrial Revolution, after half term.   The day began with a short talk 
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As part of Year 5’s local area study of Malvern, the children have been looking at the geography of Malvern and the make up of its town. Today they visited the Malvern Hills, armed with OS maps, satellite images and compasses, to see what local 
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