On Wednesday, Year 5 enjoyed a ‘Greek Day’ as part of their learning about the Ancient Greeks. The children arrived in school in their amazing costumes and spent the day as Athenians working towards the successful outcome of the Battle of Marathon. They had a Zoom meeting with The Mighty Zeus and then learnt how to write the Greek alphabet on wax slates, create carvings and sculptures. They finished the day with a feast, which included some delicious honey cake, baked by Mrs McKerracher. Thank you to parents for helping with the costumes which really allowed the children to be immersed in the day’s activities.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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