Your task is to design and create a model or a drawing of a Roman artefact or building. You can make this using cardboard, paper, plastic or any reasonable material. Some possible ideas include:
- The Colosseum
- A temple
- A Roman Villa
- Roman Camp
- A Roman Standard
- A Forum
- Roman Baths
- Gladius (Roman short-sword)
- Roman palace
- An Amphitheatre
- Bust of a Roman Emperor
- Models of Roman people
- Circus Maximus
- Or anything else that you would like to design
To accompany your model and/or drawing, you must include a short non-chronological report about your creation. No more than 300 words.
You can now access digital Ordnance Survey maps in the comfort of your own home!
Below are the details for the website Digimaps For Schools.
Click on the link, enter the username and password and you’re ready to go! You can use these maps to find out more about the geography of your area. You can plot routes, find the area of a location, find aerial photos … you can even see what the map looked like in 1950 and 1890! Did your street exist in 1890? Use Digimaps to find out!
The Choir sang John Kanaka Naka and Roar by Katy Perry in assembly this morning. They worked very hard in rehearsals and in assembly, each child performed with gusto! Well done, Choir!
On Tuesday 6th February, the Edmund Waller School Choir headed to the 02 to perform as part of a 7000 strong children’s choir. The children have been working very hard since September to learn 16 songs that lasted an hour! They took part in a 3 hour long rehearsal in the afternoon, followed by the concert for an audience of over 10,000 people in the evening. They sang absolutely brilliantly and they performed with great energy and enthusiasm!
This morning I have made a helicopter, using spoons, cardboard, paper fasteners and electrical circuits. I feel very proud and happy of my achievement.
Click on the number to follow the link to my video.