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We've had a great afternoon of History today in Class 2. We identified the features of different ancient Greek soldiers (psiloi, hoplite, peltast and cavalry), before creating some real life versions in the classroom!

What better way for Class 2 to embed their history of famous Greeks research than with a game of homemade Top Trumps?!

Class 2 started to think about their Big Question: 'What was it like to live in England between 410AD and 1066?' In school, we worked in research groups to find out facts about different aspects of Anglo-Saxon life. The children working at home also chose an area that was of interest to them and used multiple sources to find interesting facts and information. 

In history this week, Class 1 have continued to spent time learning about the Victorian era and what a typical Victorian lesson might have been like.

To learn more about the history of the town where we live, Boston, we have been learning about the journey of the Pilgrim Fathers. We found it fascinating that they were able to survive the treacherous journey over to America and amazed that they were imprisoned in the Guildhall in Boston town centre.


We had great fun in groups producing freeze frames in our drama activity. They were so well acted out with brilliant facial expressions, the rest of the class was easily able to identify the parts of the journey the groups were re-enacting.

Beautifully presented double-paged timelines as the children sequenced and made connections across the Egyptian civilisation.

Informative fact files from Class 3 about a Pharaoh from ancient Egypt.