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Here are just a few of the amazing homework projects that Class 5 produced during our recent topic of World War 1. It was really great to see the children so enthusiastic learning about this significant period of history. They all enjoyed their visit to the church and wrote some interesting questions for Reverend Peter to answer.


Class 5 wrote poems and diary entries about life in

World War 1.

They also produced artwork inspired by the illustrations from the book Poppy Field by Michael Morpurgo.

We have been busy making decorations. We had great fun and were really pleased with the end result. It's a shame that they are too small to wear as they look really cosy!

A big thank you to everyone who donated wool, it was very much appreciated.

And a special thank you to Mrs Gunton who spent several evenings cutting the wool into lengths, counting the strands into packs of 100 and bagging them up for us!


Molly had a special guest at her rugby training session. Mike Tindall joined in with the training, answered some questions (including, what do the Royal family have for Christmas dinner?) and signed rugby balls. What an experience!