Look what Lily-Grace has made at home! If you are lucky she will share her crafty secrets with you.
We’re learning about time in maths we made a Viking clock with Viking runes, it was really fun. Here is a link to some time games. Do you know any Viking runes. 😄😃😀. By Bronwyn
This morning, our classroom was invaded by angry Vikings! They arrived on huge longships all the way from Sweden and set about settling in Britain!
Here they are on their longship during the journey over – the captain looks particularly fierce!
And here’s a glimpse of what happened when they came ashore and found some food, having eaten dried meat and fish every day.
Find out more about the Vikings at sea here.
We are trying to have at least two days this week where everyone reads at home. We nearly made it last week but today has been very low so get out your favorite book and enjoy it!
Our new topic is the Vikings and we began this last week by looking at the short film Dragon Slayer.
At first, we only watched the first few minutes, where the dragon slayer kills a menacing dragon. During a P4C enquiry, we discussed whether killing animals is right and came to the conclusion that it might not be ‘right’ but it should be done in a way that is not cruel. Most of us felt that the dragon slayer was just doing his job because he needed money, however, opinions changed after we watched on and saw how he reacted to the baby dragons!
What do you think about the dragon slayer? Is he a cruel, heartless killer or a desperate man, who sacrifices his own needs for those of the baby dragons?