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Term 1

Enquiry title: How were the people of Britain effected by the First World War?

This term, we are excited to be learning all about WW1. We will be exploring how it all began and who was involved as well as ways that the war affected every day life. We already have so many questions which we can't wait to get answered!

Alongside our enquiry, we will be reading Michael Morpurgo's wartime novel 'Private Peaceful.'

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WWI sketching

We learnt some new sketching skills today and put them to use to sketch a WWI solider. We were very pleased with the progress we made and the sketches we produced.

We grow and eat our own vegetables!

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Outdoor iMovie Practise
In preparation for our end of enquiry challenge to create a news report about WWI, we reminded ourselves of how to use the iMovie app on our iPads. We took to the outside grounds of the school to film an imovie advertising our school areas.

WOW!

For our WOW, Mr Evans (otherwise known as Bombardier Evans) took on the role of a WW1 Officer and we all had to get into role as soldiers and follow his very strict orders. We learned how to march properly and understood how important it was to follow him exactly. In addition, we learned all about typical classrooms in the early 20th century and some of the countries which were involved in the First World War. We enjoyed digging trenches in the rain and even had a go at some very tricky needlework! We can't wait to find out more!

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