Year 4 Trip to Ufton Court
Published on 14/02/19
Year 4 have continued to enjoy their humanities topic on the Tudors and have learned a lot about the Tudor monarchs, particularly Henry VIII and his six wives. Pupils now remember the names of each wife and can explain more about the marriages and how they ended using the saying ‘Divorce, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived’.
The week before February half term, pupils set off on an enjoyable residential trip to Ufton Court where they participated in a range of activities. These included archery, bow making, the re-enactment of a raid and attending a traditional Tudor banquet dressed in full Tudor costumes. The teachers were proud of the way the children embraced the experience and supported each other during the trip away from home.
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