In our History learning, we followed up on our previous learning about Celtic life and have begun to learn about the advantages that the Roman Occupation brought to Britain. This included learning about Roman roads, Roman baths and even Roman toilets! Did you know that in Roman times, there weren't any bathroom stalls, up to sixteen people would share the communal social experience of using a public toilet at the same time? #solidarity
This has linked with our learning in English where we have been finding out about Julius Ceasar. He was an important General in the Roman army and is credited with conquering most of Europe including England. He eventually led a successful Civil War which made him powerful enough to be declared Emperor. We will be following up with this next week.
During our maths lessons, we have been improving our statistic skills. This involved carrying out a survey in the school corridor to create a tally chart and converting the results into charts. We even had some important visitors turn up to admire our work.
Additionally, we attended a special music assembly to celebrate the production of a music video "The Right Track" which reminds us to be mindful of our mental health and well-being. Many of us took the opportunity to reflect upon this when we returned to class.
During our British Values we discussed aspects of British Culture. Here are some of the things that came up: