Term 5: Emperors & Empires
This term, the children in St. Anne have been learning about important and insignificant Roman Emperors, Boudicca's rebellion and life in the Roman Empire. St. Anne have written fantastic letters to the Trinovante Tribe in present perfect tense, whilst pretending to be Boudicca, asking for help to fight the roman invasion. Furthermore, the children chose their favourite Roman Emperor and wrote an interesting biography about their lives! In science, the children have been exploring the parts of plants: what they are, what they do and where they are located in the plant. St. Anne even conducted an experiment investigating how water is transported around plants which they thoroughly enjoyed. Unsurprisingly, St. Anne also loved sketching and then creating their own colourful roman mosaics using different mediums and colours. Finally, the children have been learning more about fractions and time in maths whereby they have been reading analogue and digital clocks. Here's to more exciting learning about the romans in term 6 and make sure to check out our great learning below!