Tagged With: world war 2
Here is the topic homework for OW and PG. If you find that it is easier using the colour pictures, that is absolutely fine. I look forward to seeing your amazing instructions on Monday. PG and OW topic homework
Doing the laundry the old fashioned way! Ben saying what do I do now? Putting out a fire. Getting on with our work quietly. Oh dear Jude! Old fashioned laundry equipment.
The children have all been working really hard at finishing off items for the WW2 exhibition. They have all worked really hard. I hope that some of you will be able to join us tomorrow for this event. For those of you who can’t join us, here’s a sneak peek.
Just a quick note to say that we all had a wonderful, if bitterly cold, day at the Rural life centre. Pictures will follow in due course. I heard a number of children commenting on how much they enjoyed their day, and several of them mentioned returning with their families. The details of the … Continue reading
On Tuesday 29th January 3 evacuees cam to our School, accompanied by Mr Jordan. They visited us in our class and told about their time while they were evacuated. I found their talk very interesting and informative. Mr. Frost got evacuated with his sister. She was seven and he was nine. Mrs. Frost got evacuated first when … Continue reading
We’ve had a fantastic week with our project. The children are very enthusiastic about the topic, and several have brought in things to share with the class. (Now that I’ve got the camera charged and a memory card that has space I can start sharing pictures of their things) … Continue reading
As our topic this term is WW2, class OW spent some time today making gas masks. What a great job they’ve done. Please pop into the classroom and see what a great job they’ve done.
I hope that you are all making the most of the snowy weather. This is also a great time to think about our topic. We have been thinking about world war 2 in class, and we are going to start thinking about evacuation. What do the children think that they would pack into a small … Continue reading