Throughout term 1 and 2 the children have been studying the topic 'Through the Ages.' Children in St Anne’s have been able to develop their knowledge of British prehistory from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. They have had the opportunity to discover the changes to the people and lifestyle caused by ingenuity, invention, and technological advancement. Throughout the topic the children have been able to investigate what tools they used throughout these stages, how they lived, what they ate and how they survived; whilst comparing each Age to one another and describing why these changes occurred. The children even had the exciting chance to become archaeologists who had uncovered an ancient burial site containing human remains and wrote their oven very report on their findings. During the topic, the children also had the opportunity to showcase their artistic skills, drawing and designing their very own clay pots and investigating prehistoric patterns carved into the prehistoric walls and having the chance to draw their own! As well as this, the children in St Anne learnt all about the features of a cinquain poem and had the chance to showcase their very own all about an Iron Age occupation of their choice. They had so much fun describing the Iron Age person and sharing them with the class. St Anne have worked extremely hard the past 2 terms and have enjoyed learning all about ‘Through the Ages’ and their amazing work is a credit to this! Well done St Anne!