Having learnt all about VE day last week and World War 2, this week (11th - 15th May) we are going to think about the present situation and how this will be a turning point in the history of the World for us all. Our aim is to create some work, in a variety of formats, that Godwin Primary School children of the future can look back at to see what life was like in lockdown for our current children.
We would like to get input from as many children as possible - all ages, all year groups - to create a historical artefact. We really would like pieces of work from children talking about their experiences and understanding to add in to our whole school work. Please could you save work or send work in that could be used for this purpose (we are happy to photocopy if you would like to keep them for your own keepsakes). Please note these sheets are for ideas - we do not expect you to print them off unless you want to. They can be copied from devices or you and the children can make their own to record their ideas and thoughts.
Email work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or tweet us @GodwinPrimary
We have put together different activities for each day, but the documents below will also support this week's learning.
This week's song from Out of the Ark - to reflect that in lockdown we can hear the songs of the birds much more! We would love you to send recordings of your children singing it into school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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