"Living our Faith, Learning in Love"

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot, together we can do great things" Mother Teresa

"Love one another as I have loved you"John 13:34




What is Stonehenge?

Learn about one of the world's most famous monuments, Stonehenge.

Take a look at the four videos about Stonehenge and the mystery surrounding the monument and the two activities to build knowledge and understanding of Stonehenge.

Use this link to take you to the BBC website where you can watch the videos and complete the activities. 


Crime and Punishment

Lesson 4 - A Day in The Life of a Victorian Prisoner

Using the power point and your own research, discover what life was like for a Victorian prisoner. 

Your task: write a diary entry, imagining you are a Victorian prisoner in Pentonville Prison. Can you describe how you feel after a day’s hard labour?

What did you have to do?


Crime and Punishment

Lesson 3 - Who is the Highwayman 'Dick Turpin'?

Using the power point and your own research discover who the highwayman was and what he did. Using your research you will decide whether Dick Turpin was a hero or a villain! P.S. I hope you enjoy the song at the end - I can't stop singing it!


Crime and Punishment

Lesson 2 - The Torturing Tudors

Using the power point, learn about how the Tudors punished people for their crimes - be warned! Some are quite gruesome!

Activity: can you match up the name of the punishment with its description and then decide which character received it based on the crime they committed. 


Crime and Punishment!

Lesson 1- The Roman Legacy

Using the power point, learn about the start of laws for crimes and the punishments that were chosen to suit those crimes. Can you match up the person to their job role descriptions? Good luck!



VE Day!


VE Day - or 'Victory in Europe Day' - marks the day towards the end of World War Two (WW2) when fighting against Nazi Germany in Europe came to an end.

On 8 May 1945, Prime Minister Winston Churchill made an announcement on the radio at 3pm that the war in Europe had come to an end, following Germany's surrender the day before.

This year marks the 75 anniversary of VE day, so it is especially important! We will celebrate as a country from 8th -10th May.

Below is some more information on VE day and activities you can do at home to celebrate it with your family.