History at Seaton St. Paul's C of E Junior School
We love History at Seaton Junior School and we are very lucky to take part in a wide variety of experiences to enhance our learning. During our History topics, we have the opportunity to use a variety of sources and artefacts, visit historical sites as well as inviting visitors into school.
5HW investigated different sources of evidence to find out about Tudor crime and punishment.
4W learning to be a Roman soldier
6F had a fantastic afternoon at The Beacon learning all about life in Britain during World War II.
Year 4 have had fun learning about mosaics and Roman numerals!
6M engrossed in their research about Black History Month
5D have enjoyed comparing a medieval map of Pudding Lane in London with a contemporary map of Pudding Lane. They discussed their findings in their group then fed back to the whole class.
4C's Learning About the Battle of Hastings
During our History topic about 1066 this term, we have enjoyed learning about Motte and Bailey Castles, the Bayeux Tapestry and the Battle of Hastings. We have used chronology to organise key events on a timeline, evaluated the effectiveness of Motte and Bailey Castles and discussed what made a good King. Here are some pictures of our learning during the term.
5HW have been studying the topic ‘Peasants, Princes and Pestilence’. During this topic we compared how London has changed.
We had a historian visiting today from Tullie House to tell us all about the range of artefacts they have and what they have to do to look after them which is part of a historian's job. He also talked about the range of jobs you can do in a museum.
4C enjoyed learning about the History of Anaesthetic as part of our Science topic - Potions
Year 6 enjoyed travelling back in time on a trip to Beamish. It really brought our Victorian topic to life.
4C and 4K's visit to the Roman Army Museum and Vindolanda
4C and 4K had a fantastic trip to Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum. During our trip, we had the opportunity to view and handle Roman artefacts, listen to a talk from an archaeologist and explore two museums. At Vindolanda, we used clues from artefacts found during excavations, to help us understand the former uses of buildings within the remains. We had a fantastic day and learnt lots of information that will help us during our new topic, 'I am Warrior!'
3Q enjoyed a Stone Age themed day yesterday. They welcomed a visitor to the school who taught them lots about the Early Stone Age. They also dissected 'Stone Age poo' to find out about their diet and created their own cave paintings.
5W thoroughly enjoyed ‘Play in a Day’ and the performance was fantastic. It was a great introduction to our topic ‘Off With Her Head’.
5D thoroughly enjoyed ‘Play in a Day’ and the performance was fantastic. It was a great introduction to our topic ‘Off With Her Head’.
Describing Roman Battle Scenes in 4K
Excellent paired work in 4K today as the children used the senses to describe a Roman battle scene!
4K Visit to WW1 Exhibition at the Beacon Museum
4K thoroughly enjoyed their visit to the Beacon this afternoon to learn about WWI.
3F had a Stone Age day today! They created cave paintings and dissected Stone Age poo to find out what their diets would have been like. We were also lucky enough to have a Stone Age visitor to introduce our Tribal Tales topic and teach us about the tools and clothes that they would have used and worn.
Year 6 History Session from St Joseph's
5W Celebrating Black History Day
Year 6 Visit to the WW1 Exhibition at the Beacon Museum
Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed their visit to The Beacon this morning. Primarily, the visit was to see the wonderful WW1 memorial exhibition but we also enjoyed looking at other historical sources while we were there.
Year 6 Victorian Christmas Visit to the Helena Thompson Museum
Year 3 Visit to Tullie House