Human bar and line graphs and a trip back in time
Posted on January 25, 2016 | By cdavieswoolsery | 1 response
During our Maths in our second week back, we tried to display a range of data. To help us remember what features to include we made human graphs.
On Thursday last week, we joined Ashmansworthy class at Escot and had a fantastic day learning what it was like to be a Saxon first hand. We started with a hedge maze racing to the centre, which was great fun. This was followed by a woodland walk where we learnt about the trees the Saxons used and saw some of the animals such as the red squirrel as well as those kept including wild boar and lots of chickens, many of whom joined us for lunch! After lunch, we dressed as Saxons and explored the buildings that had been constructed from wattle and daub and we even got bare footed to help build more of one of the buildings. We cut wood using axes and saws and finally we were placed in the stocks and tortured . It was a brilliant experience and we all learnt a lot from the trip.