We have some excellent history topics and trips in Class 2. This year we will be learning about Vikings and Anglo-Saxons in the summer term.
We dressed up as people from prehistoric times, and set off on a bus that took us to the Stone Age! Well, Tullie House Museum in Carlisle, which was the next best thing. We had a fantastic morning learning about prehistoric times, then came back to school to make some Bronze Age style pots.
Learning about the Romans is very special to us at Wiggonby, because we live so close to where Hadrian’s Wall marked the edge of the Roman Empire! We loved visiting the Roman fort of Vindolanda to see what life would have been like for the people who lived there. We even saw some of the actual artefacts that we had been learning about in history lessons!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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