4eme2 and 4eme3 have been studying different British monarchs this term, in order to determine if the monarchy was strong before the English Civil War. We have debated, created newspapers and even made sweet timelines. Here is some of 4eme’s work, now on display outside the Anglophone Office.
This term, 6eme3 have been acting like archeologists to figure out the identity of a mystery person known as Person X. Will they identify who this character is? Continue reading
This year we kicked off in two 6eme by celebrating Roald Dahl Day. In true Dahl style, we experimented with sweets and we also watched the footage produced by The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre for the special day. Both classes have been reading Dahl’s fantastic biography, Boy, and producing our own biographies and autobiographies, which we hope to show you soon!
6eme1 and 6eme2 produced a newspaper article together based on the book War Horse. They are now working on their own articles, so hopefully I will be able to post them soon.
This week the 6eme’s made a human hardpan’s wall and then began to create diagrams to show the different fortifications.
We took inspiration from the Collège playground and the students wrote poems, using a variety of features. Can you spot whose is displayed in its original form?
5eme have been looking at why people in the Middle Ages did not make long journeys of discovery and one man who inspired them to set off, Marco Polo. We looked at a range of historical sources, listened to an informative song and then wrote letters as though we were heading out to see the world.
Our 6emes looked at the geographical features of Rome and discussed how they allowed the Romans to construct a great empire.
Lucy has been inspired by our work on War Horse and has re-created a scene from the book. It looks fantastic and I hope to be able to post the class’ scripts soon. Continue reading
In our quest to find out why people went on voyages of discovery, the pupils presented different navigational devices that helped sailors on their way. Continue reading