In English, Elm trees have been exploring refugee migration maps to inform their writing about the Syrian refugee crisis. We have looked closely at which countries refugees come from, the countries they travel through and where they end up.
This term, Key Stage 1 have been exploring Shepway. They have used their knowledge of the local area to create maps with keys. They have also explored Human and Physical features with in the local area. Check back soon for some amazing work about London...
As part of their history learning, years 3 and 4 have created some great maps showing the rise and fall of the Roman Empire
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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