We spent a fantastic day at the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh, in Brecon. We all dressed up as evacuees and learnt so much about what Christmas would have been like for children during World War 2. We even got to go inside a real Anderson Shelter.

After carrying out market research, we designed and created activity books for three different age groups. We called out company Creative Crayons’ and sold our activity books at the PTA Christmas Fair.

Fraction jigsaws

Look at our amazing World War 2 homework!

We had great fun making (and tasting!) World War 2 biscuits!

We enjoy reading and sharing the monthly Bore Da magazines.

Our spooky and spectacular Halloween pumpkin entries!

Value of the month for October: Unity. We thought about what Unity meant to us and photographed different ways to represent it.

A sneak preview of the work behind our PTA Christmas cards!

Habit of Mind for September: Creating, Imagining and Innovating. The challenge was see who could make longest paper-chain, using only 1 piece of A4 paper.

Henry Moore inspired evacuee sculptures

Solving Maths puzzles

We were very lucky to have a visit from Dave Breen, from Cowbridge Museum, to start our World War 2 topic.

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