Spring 1 - Year 6 enjoyed a visit to Sudbury Hall-Museum of Childhood where they learnt what life would have been like for Victorian children, both rich and poor. Throughout the day the children were able to handle a range of artefacts (including Punch and Judy puppets) and even experienced what it would have been like for a child chimney sweep!
Year 6 entered The Dragons' Den to present their invention idea. The children have all worked extremely hard this term to prepare for this morning: each business conducted market research, designed and made a prototype, created advertisements and wrote their own pitch to deliver to the panel. Well done to Vortex who were the winning business with their idea of an auto-iron.
I am extremely proud of them all - Mrs Keeling.
As part of Year 6’s vehicle, Incredible Inventions, we have spent the afternoon recreating a Roman incredible invention – the aqueduct. Many thanks to the parents and grandparents who were able to join us for the afternoon; as you can see we were very successful engineers!