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Year 5 Tudor Workshop

After half term our Year 5 children will be learning about the Tudors, a British Royal Dynasty. 

Through co-constructing the curriculum with our children, we shall explore the differences between the lives of the rich and poor people in Tudor times. The children will also look at the life of Henry VIII and his many wives, researching what they wore, what they ate and how they lived their lives.

To bring this topic to life we have booked a ‘Tudor Times’ workshop, which is an interactive and fun way for the children to embed their learning. 

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Year 4 Egyptian Workshop

During the Autumn Term, our Year 4 children will be learning about Temples, Tombs and Treasures through exploring the lives of the Ancient Egyptians.  Through co-constructing the curriculum with our children, we shall find out about Ancient Egypt from what has survived. From scribes to architects, warriors to serving girls the children will recreate the lives of ordinary Egyptians under the powerful gaze of their Pharaohs and Gods.

To bring this topic to life we have booked a ‘Earthy Egyptian’ workshop, which is an interactive and fun way for the children to embed their learning. 

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Year 3 Roman Workshop 

After half term our Year 3 children will be learning about ‘How to build that?’ through studying the impact of the Romans. Through co-constructing the curriculum with our children, we shall reveal how the Roman Invasion of AD 43 truly affected the people of Britain and their daily lives. Bath Houses needed building, Legionaries needed training, Celts needed containing and battles needed winning!

To bring this topic to life we have booked a ‘Roman Ramification’ workshop, which is an interactive and fun way for the children to embed their learning. 

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Year 2 Great Fire of London Workshop 

After half term our Year 2 children will be learning about London, now and in the past.  Through co-constructing the curriculum with our children, we shall explore the various historical and geographical features of our capital city. The children will learn about some of the famous London buildings, their purpose and impact on the lives of the people living and working in the city. 

To bring this topic to life we have booked ‘The Great Fire of London’ workshop, which is an interactive and fun way for the children to embed their learning. 

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Year 1 Trip to Bekonscot Model Village

A topic for our Year 1 children to study is ‘The High Street’. Through co-constructing the curriculum with our children, we shall explore the history and geography of local shopping areas; how they are used past and present, the variety of shops past and present, and the roles of other community buildings. To support the children’s learning we are planning a trip to Bekonscot Model Village as it provides a large range of ‘streets’ in a small area! This will promote much discussion on what they can see and whether it is a reflection of their local area.

Bekonscot is famous for its miniature houses, gardens and vast garden railway.  It was opened in 1929 and every year they work hard to keep the village looking its very best.

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