Pupils from a range of year groups took part in some Remembrance Day workshops last week. The company School History Workshops put the children through their paces to see if they have what it takes to be a code breaker during the World War II. They got the chance use a range of tools that were used during the war for code breaking and try on parts of the soldier’s uniforms.
The workshop helped the children to understand a little better what it was like to live through the war, reinforcing the importance of Remembrance Day. Some of the children were a little shocked when they took part in a pretend air raid and had to quickly get under the tables! Even Early Years joined in, painting some beautiful red poppies for their classroom. Thank you School History Workshops for coming in and sharing your knowledge.