“We saw some very old cars in the museum, some had a stick instead of a steering wheel. There was a car that was worth over £1million. We made Morris trucks out of paper with a working tipper powered by syringes. We built Lego cars with gears and then raced them. The fastest was 3.72 seconds on a 5m track. We raced remote control cars and changed tyres in the pit stop.” James and Fyn
“There were lots of different shapes and sizes of drums as well as bells and a strange small plastic drum. We liked it because he’d play a melody and we’d clap it. He was very good at drumming but also a very good teacher. We swapped round drums so we got to try everything. He had a whistle which he called ‘Whistle’ which was like an instrument.” Ruby and Anna
On Tuesday 2nd May, Year 3 went on an exciting trip to the Oxfordshire Museum.
“We dressed up as Romans in different costumes for rich and poor people. The rich boys who wore a purple sash were very important and part of the government. We also played games and made up stories about the Roman people. We did an archaeological dig and we had to guess if objects were Roman or modern-times.”
Eve and Bella