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In our Explorers topic, we have talked about the difference between the words ‘significant’ and ‘famous’. We have learnt about different explorers from the past - Neil Armstrong, Captain Scott and Christopher Columbus. We compared their journeys and thought about who might be the most significant.

Alyssa Azar is an young explorer from Australia. In 2019, at the age of 19, she became the youngest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. We discussed her exploration and thought about whether her challenge was easier or harder than the one Captain Scott undertook all those years ago.

Seaside Holidays in the Past

We have learnt about what holidays were like in the Victorian times over a 100 years ago. People would have stayed close to homes dusted metal buckets and spades. They enjoyed watching Punch and Judy shows, playing on the penny slot machines and having donkey rides. People didn’t like to show their bodies on the beach so they would change in a bathing machine.

We sorted he facts and pictures using Venn diagrams. We compared holidays then to now.

we studied the large timeline outside and noticed that 1900 AD wasn’t actually that long ago. We were very surprised! We then recalled the facts that we have learnt about how seaside holidays have changed. We discussed and sequenced the photos of holidays from 1900 to the present day.