Well done to everyone.
Year 4 have completed a learning unit homework which was to make a shield which can teach people about an aspect of life in Roman times. We had shields made of paper, card, yoghurt pots, metal, wood and even sponges. They came in all shapes and sizes and we hope you enjoy our gallery. Well done to everyone who helped (especially Anna’s fantastically talented grandpa).
On Tuesday 18th and Wednesday 19th we were very pleased to welcome our special visitor: Alison Wright. Alison’s mother took the Thalidomide drug during her pregnancy and so Alison was born with short arms. This hasn’t stopped her being a mum, a speaker on disability or a member of the British Paralympic Team. She told us to live by the words of Winston Churchill and never, never, never give up!