The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf
In English, as part of our work on Traditional Tales, we have been reading 'The True Story of the Three Little Pigs'. Today we held the trial for the Wolf. We had a Judge (Mrs N), Defence, Prosecution, the Accused (the Wolf) and two witnesses (Granny and the Third Pig). The witnesses then also acted as the Jury.
The children had time to plan their questions and potential answers within their groups before we set up the courtroom and began the trial.
In a shock turn of events, after hearing all of the evidence, the Jury found the Wolf...
Toilet Roll Timeline
In History, we are looking at the Iron Age Celts. To help the children understand how far back the Iron Age was, we created a toilet roll timeline.
Each sheet of toilet paper was used to represent different periods of time in British History. Children were amazed how far back in time the Celts were and were able to compare this to their Term 1 work on The Normans.
If you are feeling brave and would like to recreate the timeline, have a look at the attached document. This can be completed as a replacement for one of the activities on the homework sheet which will be sent out on Friday.
All you need is a toilet roll and a lot of space!
As part of our RE topic 'Why is Jesus inspiring to some people?', we visited our local church: St Giles church. We listened really well and asked lots of fascinating questions!
As part of our PE this term, we are doing Dance inspired by our topic the Celts.
Each week we will be focussing on a different theme which will inspire our movements. They include: farming and weaving, round houses and hill forts, warriors and war and Sucellos and Nodens.
See us in action in the photos below!