Pupils at The Grove Hub have enjoyed creating their Blitz artwork. We used sponges to create a fiery background and drew silhouettes for the foreground. Do you recognise the famous landmark?
Students at Oswestry Centre enjoyed exploring Whittington Castle in the lovely weather. They discovered the 13th Century ruins and the rumour that Dick Whittington may have lived in a cottage nearby.
Students then learnt about the attack by cannon fire in 1643 during the Civil War. Students ended the day with a delicious ice cream!
Key Stage 2 pupils at Harlescott have been learning all about World War 2 in Britain in History. They have created some very atmospheric paintings inspired by The Blitz. First we used sponges to create a fiery background before drawing and cutting out silhouettes of the London skyline.
As you may know, Key Stage 1 children have been to ‘Climbing the Walls’ this term. We created a display together to share with you at Open Day. Unfortunately Open Day is cancelled but we did not want you to miss out!