Our week began with a visit to the trenches, as we braved fire and fury to get the historical information we desperately needed – what was it that caused WW1? Was it avoidable or were tensions already running high? Running historians can gain quite a lot of information, it seems; back in the classroom we uncovered many of the triggers that set off the Great War.
How many can your children remember – we have been using this acronym to secure our learning:
After all of this running, we considered the impact this was having on our bodies by looking into the circulatory system. Veins, arteries and jumping jacks all helped us to understand the effect of exercise on our bodies.
If you would like to consolidate any learning from the week, please find the sheets below (this will be the case each week):
Reminder: please bring in a photo from home for our beautiful new family board.
- WW1 technology
- Deepening our learning of place value
- Will Lt. Shepard get back to England and does John exist? The Silver Donkey continues