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22 Mar Year 4’s Ancient Greek projects

We had been given a homework project to do about Ancient Greek city states, where we could present it in anyway we wanted: paintings, models, information texts and anything else we could think of. We had six weeks to complete it and had to hand…

We had been given a homework project to do about Ancient Greek city states, where we could present it in anyway we wanted: paintings, models, information texts and anything else we could think of. We had six weeks to complete it and had to hand it in by the 11th of March. They are all now completed and we have lot to say about them.

One of the projects (by Kiri) is a short Newspaper, which she named the Messenger, in which she has included pictures and pages with specific information on sports, the weather and she has also included an advert. Another student (Mabel) has made some delicious ancient Greek bread and a PowerPoint to go with it. Ellie thinks that they are amazing and so do the rest of the class.