Bramall Hall trip

What a fantastic day of dancing, learning, building, writing and making we had!  Year 3 were really Fabulous have a look at some of our pictures!

5 Responses to “Bramall Hall trip”

  1. Year 3April 30, 2017 at 11:15 am #

    It was the best school trip ever.I think other poeple should go because there’s amazing
    veiw where you can see the river and the brigde. If you go on the brigde you can play POO stick I thought it was called pool stick but miss norton said it’s called poo stick and sometime’s I play poo stick so the game is where you need to go on a brigde if you can find one then you need to get some sticks then drop it in the river then go to the end of the river to see stick comes out first.IT’S AMAZING.FROM RACHEL

  2. Anna 3CPMay 1, 2017 at 8:21 am #

    I loved going to Bramall hall because we wrote in Tudor handwriting and it was really fun

  3. VionaMay 9, 2017 at 6:12 pm #

    I really enjoyed the time at Brammall Hall! If you are intrested, ask me to convince you with a piece of persuasive writing that we have been learning all this week! I hope you come to visit Bramall in the best possible times to have the best of fun!

    Thanks!!!!!

  4. VionaMay 9, 2017 at 6:16 pm #

    I really enjoyed the time at Bramall Hall! If you are intrested, ask me to convince you with a piece of persuasive writing that we have been learning all this week! I hope you come to visit Bramall in the best possible times to have the best of fun!

    Thanks!!!!!

  5. Lewis Riley 3JSMay 21, 2017 at 5:58 pm #

    – The Tudor period was between 1485 to 1603, this was when the Tudors were the ruling family in England.
    – The first Tudor monarch was King Henry VII who claimed the throne when his forces defeated Richard III at the battle of Bosworth Field in 1485
    – Following his father’s death, Henry VIII became King of England in 1509 and ruled until his death in 1547.
    – People in Tudor time didn’t eat with a folk – they ate using knives, spoons and their fingers.
    – Some of the board games the Tudors played are still enjoyed today, such as chess, backgammon and card games!
    – There are still many Tudor houses around today.
    – The houses had wooden frames and were black and white, they were made with wattle and daub, which is a mixture of sand, clay and dung that is smeared all over the wattle to make the wall.

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