Welcome to Eagle Crew!
Class photo - September 2019
Trip to Shepton Mallet Prison - Monday 10th January
The Year 6 crew experienced what it would have been like to be a prisoner during the Victorian era.
The Year 6 crew experienced what it was like to be part of a court case in our project launch when they took part in a mock trial based upon the fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood. Everyone had an important part to play - from judge to barristers to jury to clerk to artist to usher to reporter to defendant to witnesses - and was acted exceptionally well.
End of project presentation - which age is best (Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age) and why?
Eagles used their new found knowledge and their persuasive English skills to try and encourage visitors that their age was better than the others.
The votes have been cast and counted and the results are in:
Stone Age - 8 votes
Bronze Age - 5 votes
Iron Age - 3 votes
Well done Eagles for an amazing presentation of learning!
Changes to the Ages - What? When? Why?
We launched our first project by going back thousands of years when the land was one dark forest. Its people were the hunter-gatherers. They knew every tree and herb and they knew how to survive. We spent the afternoon as a hunter-gatherer: identifying plants and signs of animals, making shelters and using fire to cook.