Owl Class had an amazing WWII workshop with Cas Saunders from Hitchin Museum. The children spent the afternoon handling and working real WWII artefacts. They acted out a public information film using the artefacts. The children learnt how to milk a cow and put out a fire using a stirrup pump. The children had a wonderful time learning new knowledge of WWII for their topic this term.
The children said...
'An amazing time looking at the WWII objects.' - Jake
'I didn't realise the medic helmet was so heavy.' - Aayush
'I handled a real shell!' - Riley
'It was hard work trying to milk the cow.' - Erin
'When we pumped the water outside it went so far up in the air.' - Ethan
'We looked at a real gas mask.' - Filip