Year 4 Trip to the Tower of London
On Monday, we embarked on a captivating trip to the historic Tower of London. Transported back in time to the Tudor era, Year 4 delved into the fascinating tales of Henry VIII’s wives. The day was filled with interesting facts and stories, and we explored the White Tower to view Henry VIII’s weaponry and armour. We were also lucky enough to view the impressive crown jewels – a highlight for many of the Year 4 pupils!
“We went to see the crown jewels. It was so cool to see the deep blue sapphires and to imagine walking into class draped in red velvet gowns.” Arthur H
“We learnt a rhyme for the six wives of Henry VIII – divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived!” – Errol
“My favourite part was when I had to act as Anne Boleyn. It was very fun until I realised that I was going to have my head chopped off!” – Paloma
“I loved how our guide acted out the events of Henry VIII’s wives – it made the workshop very interesting and fun!” – Lochie