Pupils at a Worcestershire school have been on a journey
through history, learning about medieval life and Tudor times.
Year 1 at Bromsgrove Pre-Preparatory and Nursery School,
based in Hanbury Road, explored the Great Fire of London through calligraphy,
music, iPad recordings, interviews and even built their own Tudor houses.
Going back in time to the medieval ages, Year 2 put on their
armour and tiaras for a visit to Warwick Castle. The
day of learning involved a walk up to the Motte, the oldest part of the castle,
and a workshop where the children painted their own shields. They also
experienced a journey back in time to medieval ages witnessing battle
preparations in 'The Kingmaker' exhibition. Later
this term the pupils will be invited to a Royal Banquet back at School where
they will put all of their learning into practice.