Outstanding History Home Learning
Across the school home learning has continued with pupils continuing to work hard and engage well. In the History department History teacher, Abigail Adams, has been incredibly impressed by:
Jimmy Frazier in Year 8 produced a super piece of work on Recruitment In WWI - he showed a good understanding of propaganda and excellent insight into the positives and negatives of the PALS Battalions.
Theo Knight also in Year 8 included fantastic detail on his trench warfare worksheet, really impressing his teacher. Well done Theo! Trench Warfare Worksheet
Dylan Williams in Year 7 took on the challenging task of writing an acrostic poem on the positives and the negatives of becoming a nun in medieval times. Not only did Dylan write poems on both he also cleverly included humour. Acrostic Poems
Ally Forinton also in Year 7 produced and amazing Castle project on Kenilworth Castle. In particular he analysed his sources really well. Castle Project
James Gallagher smashed his end of year essay on: 'Are UK's main political parties becoming increasingly ideologically similar?' The second and third paragraphs really reflect well on the ideology of and manifesto promises made by the political parties in the 2019 election. James will receive a Da Vinci for his excellent essay. Political Parties Essay
Over the past Half Term there have been many excellent example of work across the school, so much so that Mrs Pascoe-Williams is now putting together a special edition of the Pinnacle that will showcase and celebrate pupils' home learning efforts.