In the Autumn Term 2014, Year five and six were finding out all about Ancient Greece. They were set special challenge homework connected with their learning, we hope you enjoy looking at some of their projects.
Here are some examples of the work carried out by the children - ENJOY!
After completing some research on what a rich Ancent Greek house
would have looked like, Lauren has created a model of a house.
What rooms can you identify?
Would you like to in a house like this?
Shania found out about Ancient Greece and chose a novel way to
present it by making a 'Fortune Teller' to present her research.
She has also included quizzes in her piece of work, why not see if you
can answer all the questions.
Samad chose to look at the legacy of the Ancient Greeks. His
beautifully presented poster shows just how many things we have in
our world today that date back to the lives of the Ancient Greeks.
Can you use his poster to write your name using Ancient Greek
Ella chose to research all the different shapes that the Ancient Greeks
used to make pots. Her beautifully presented display shows the
different pot shapes and she has made each one beautifully and
written about each shape next to it.
Which shape do you like the best?
Do you think they are all used for the same purpose?
Sully's model show how some Ancient Greek homes were over two
What rooms can you see in this structure?
What rooms are different to the rooms that we have in our houses
Amy has made her own Greek pot and then written how she made the
Do you think you could follow the instructions and make a pot of your own?
Would your pot contain Greek designs or would you decorate it to tell a story?