Big Wide World Club
Last week, Big Wide World Club ‘visited’ Japan. They learnt some basic greetings, the etiquette behind kow-towing and made origami bookmarks. This week, karaoke and noodle-slurping!
Last week Year 3 made their own thaumatropes, as part of a DT lesson on Victorian toys and early animation.
They also had a very busy day at Ripon Workhouse Museum, where they learnt how to sweep, polish, bake bread, make rag rugs, do the laundry and more!
As part of their study of the Stone Age to Iron Age period Year 4 visited York Museum. They had the opportunity to handle genuine prehistoric artefacts. They were also involved in a variety of workshops giving them a glimpse of their ancestors’ way of life.
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