This morning, the Year Four children walked down to Endcliffe Park to see the ‘Mi Amigo’ memorial.
We spoke about what had happened in Endcliffe Park during WW2 and remembered the air crew who had lost their lives.
The memorial was beautiful and we took time to reflect and say an Eternal Rest for the air crew.
On Tuesday, Year 4 had a fantastic time being evacuated to Eden Camp. They learnt all about World War Two and got to experience what life was like for children back in the 1940s. They even got to experience the aftermath of the Blitz! Many thanks to the parents who volunteered to help us with our day and to all the parents for their help making sure the children looked fantastic in their WW2 clothes. See the photo gallery below to see some pictures of our day.
This afternoon, the children in Y4KS enjoyed some wartime treats! They went back to the 1940s and had pancakes with limited sugar and jam because these foods were rationed in the war. After they had enjoyed these tasty treats, the children did some research on why the government rationed foods and what foods were rationed.
Ask the children from Y4KS what they can tell you about rationing in WW2!
See the photo gallery below for some pictures of our afternoon.