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We have loved learning about Boudicca and her rebellion with the Romans in Britannia all those years ago. We are very excited to share our fantastic Wanted Posters with you, showcasing our character descriptions of the fiery Celtic Queen!

Celts vs Romans!


Today we had our very own Battle of Watling Street on the school field! We used the shields we created for our holiday homework and learnt a bit more about how these different groups would have fought their battles. We learnt that the Romans would have created a tortoise shape to protect themselves using their shields, and have a specific and strict battle plan! The Celts meanwhile, didn't have a structured plan for attack, and didn't wear armour to protect themselves at all. Then, using our very own foam balls as weapons, let the battle commence!

Blast the Alien!


Today we learnt about how light travels. We used a torch, black card, white card with a hole in, an alien and a mirror to complete some mini challenges! We discovered that light can only travel in straight lines, and we needed to reflect the beam of light using a mirror in order to blast the alien hiding around the corner!

World Book Day!


We had a fantastic day dressing up for World Book Day this week! Mrs Brown can't wait to see which books you choose to buy with your book tokens!

Love Tattershall!


A huge Thank You to Heritage Lincolnshire for coming to visit us to teach us all about the Heritage of our home town! We completed a heritage trail as a treasure hunt to learn more about some of the buildings and monuments that are already in Tattershall for us to see. We then shared some of our own favourite places, before designing our own trail around our village. All of this work will feed into the Love Tattershall Project taking place at the moment! Click on the link below for more details!

Sharing our writing with Willow


We had a lovely surprise in our English lesson this week, when Willow Class popped in to share their Postcards from Rio with us! We were amazed by their neat handwriting, and also some of the fantastic facts and information they shared with us! Thank you Willow!