On Thursday, Year 3 went to Chester. We walked through the historic city of Chester and were able to see some of the real remains of Roman buildings. We had a walking tour with a Roman soldier who taught us how to use our shields to defend ourselves from enemy attacks, and we also created the famous Testudo which was one of the key features to the success of the Roman army. We then had a guided talk through the Roman museum where we learned a lot about life in Roman Britain and all the things the Romans brought to our country. We had a brilliant day and learned so much!
On Friday we were visited by Steve, a member of the Emergency Response Team for the NHS. Steve taught us how to perform CPR, explained to us how the defibrillator works and even showed us around his ambulance! We had a fantastic morning and were left in awe of the amazing, life-saving work Steve and the staff of the NHS do for us every day.
On Thursday 7th March 2019 it was World Book Day! Our whole school had so much fun dressing up as our favourite book characters and sharing our favourite stories.