On the 9th of January the children participated in a Viking day where they all came dressed as Vikings from 800AD.
The day was filled with lots of fun activities from playing Viking games to exploring Viking artefacts, we even got to be part of a Viking battle and hold an old Viking sword.
It was a great day had by all that we just had to share some our photos:
Last Thursday the children went to Winchester to spark their interests in the Anglo Saxons; ready for this terms topic. Whilst we were there, the children got a tour of the Cathedral to learn about old Anglo Saxon royalty and what the Cathedral once looked like. Then we went and had a go at writing like an Anglo Saxon, colouring letters and making broaches. Lastly, we went to the museum and handled a pot that was nearly 1000 years old. We also dressed up as Anglo Saxon village people and monks which made a lot of us giggle. What a great day we had!
What a fantastic afternoon getting to know the rhythms and beats of Samba music!
What a fantastic morning we spent creating artwork for our school environment! Thank you to all the Grandparents who came in and supported the day: we all loved spending time with you. Thank you too to Art staff from Mountbatten School who ran the day and Romsey Men’s Shed who did the hard lifting for us. Keep watch over the next few weeks to see all our fabulous work for the whole school to enjoy.
A few photos from the end of last term – sorry we didn’t manage to get one of everyone. What a great performance you all gave us: Year 4 we are so proud of you all!
What a wonderful and windy trip we had today exploring the rivers and lakes at Testwood Lakes! Sketching, pond dipping, map reading, recycling, experiencing the water cycle! Well done for some great participation and thoughtful questions!