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Year 4 Students visit Year 9 World War II Exhibition

29 April 2016

At the end of Term 2, Year 9 students invited our Year 4 students to a fantastic World War II exhibition at AP2.

The Year 9 students had prepared display boards and presentations about different countries involved in the war.  As you can see from the photos, our children thoroughly enjoyed it and to learn from their peers was very meaningful. The Year 9s did a great job of managing the younger children; explaining information really clearly and  helping them make sense of it all.

The exhibition tied in perfectly with our class work based on the ‘Goodnight, Mister Tom’ novel. I am certain that quite a few of our budding historians have been further inspired to find out more about World War II. Don’t forget we have a range of books in our library on this subject should your child be keen to find out more.

Jude Handscombe| Milepost 2 Leader