As part of our history learning, Year 4 had a visit from a time traveling Tudor courtier, Jed. This interactive workshop brought the story of Henry VIII and his six wives alive (until they were either divorced, beheaded or died) to the children.
It was noted from Mr Harry Cadwallader that 'I was really impressed with their engagement in the learning and great sense of fun.'
Please see some photographs and videos below of this wonderful experience:
World Thinking Day is a global event where children are encouraged to celebrate international friendship, and speak out and raise awareness for issues facing young women and girls. Each year World Thinking Day has a theme, between 2022 and 2024, the theme is on the Environment and Climate Change.
World Thinking Day is celebrated around the world by 10 million Girl Guides (Brownies)and Girl Scouts in 150 countries. Additionally, some boy-orientated organisations also celebrate this day, as can be seen by our two cubs.
Today, we ended Children’s Mental Health Week by wearing a scarf to school.
SCARF – Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship
This week we have taken part in a range of activities and discussions based around our mental health, following the theme of making connections.