Kipling & Potter WW1

During the week leading up to November 11th, both Kipling and Potter classes experienced what life may have been like for people in England during WW1.

They researched ‘Grow Your Own’ and prepared 6 vegetable plots for planting; they learnt about Make Do and Mend, looking at how to sew on buttons; and they finished the week with an Armistice Day party that they baked their own treats for using rationing recipes, and sewed their own bunting using old clothing.

We wrote diary entries, imagining what it would have been like for the children, and learnt two songs for the church service on Friday.

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