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Anyone else covering WW2 after christmas who would like classes to link up?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Flo71, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. Flo71

    Flo71 New commenter

    For the first time we are trying a new approach to our themes in KS2, after Christmas all our 4 KS2 classes will be covering WW2 - probably from a 'Life at home' angle. It would be nice to compare the effect the war had on the city they live in (Newport, South Wales) with the effect in other places.
    So if anyone in KS2 would like to link up (years 3 to 6 all taking part) please let me know: davidbr99-a@yahoo.co.uk
    Thanks Donna (Year 4)


     
  2. Flo71

    Flo71 New commenter

    For the first time we are trying a new approach to our themes in KS2, after Christmas all our 4 KS2 classes will be covering WW2 - probably from a 'Life at home' angle. It would be nice to compare the effect the war had on the city they live in (Newport, South Wales) with the effect in other places.
    So if anyone in KS2 would like to link up (years 3 to 6 all taking part) please let me know: davidbr99-a@yahoo.co.uk
    Thanks Donna (Year 4)


     

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