On Friday 18th October 2019, Cherry Class went to Gunnersbury Park Museum to look at the museum and take part in a Roman workshop.
During the day, we got to dress up as actors and read a scene from a play, play with different toys from the past and dress up in clothing from the 19th and 20th centuries. In the afternoon, we participated in a Roman workshop. We got to see artefacts from Roman times, and dress up as Roman soldiers and slaves. During the workshop, children acted in the roles of Roman slaves and their masters. The workshop finished with children working together to act the Roman soldiers preparing to battle and forming the turtle formation with their shields.
On Wednesday 9th October 2019, Cherry class had a Roman day. We came to school dressed as Roman citizens. The day linked to our History topic.
During the day we
Friction is a force between two surfaces that are sliding, or trying to slide, across each other. For example, when you try to push a book along the floor, friction makes this difficult. Click the link below to find out more about this topic.
Year 3 are Learning About the Romans
The Romans left their mark all over Britain. They gave us new towns, plants, animals, a new religion and ways of reading and counting. Even the word ‘Britain’ came from the Romans. Click the link to find out more.
In English, we have been reading the text 'The Village that Vanished' and have been writing diary entries from Njemile and Abikanile's points of view.
We were visited by the Book Bus today and Year 3 enjoyed the opportunity to browse, make new book discoveries and discuss the books they bought.