Here is a series of great clips and games to play on money!: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z8yv4wx
Here are some great songs about the Anglo-Saxons! https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/music-ks2-anglo-saxons-index/zv43382
In history this week we looked at artefacts which archaeologists discovered at Sutton Hoo. Just like historians, we played detective to try and guess who would have owned these objects and be buried in a ship far away from the sea. We were so impressed with the craftmanship on display. Just like many events during the "Dark Ages", no one knows for sure who was buried at Sutton Hoo. We know it must have been an Anglo-Saxon King, was from East Anglia and that he both followed Christianity and Pagan beliefs as he was buried with objects important to both faiths.
Most historians believe the evidence found so far points to King Rædwald, a great King of East Anglia. He was both famous for his victory over the Kingdom of Northumbria, and criticised for establishing altars for Christ and the old gods side by side.
This week in maths lessons, we will begin converting analogue clock times to digital clocks and solving problems involving time.
Here are some great games to keep you busy!