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Miss Hinton and Mrs Allmark

Welcome to our class!

We were very busy learning during the autumn term of Year 4; we were a team of Lost and Found investigators [linked to the boom "The Lost Thing" by Shaun Tan".

We were trusted with the top secret job of finding a missing pilot whose plane had crashed in the North Sea. Later in the term we were asked by the treasure department of the Government to find where an Anglo Saxon pendant belonged.

During the spring term we are working as the Secret Protection Service solving problems for mythical creatures.

We were very lucky to be visited by Juliet, Luke and Rachel who shared their version of the Staffordshire Hoard story with us. We also saw the jewellery and swords etc when we visited Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried?

Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 1
Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 2
Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 3
Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 4
Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 5
Why was the Staffordshire Hoard buried? 6

We worked as The Secret Protection Service in Mantle during the spring term. We ensured mythical creatures stayed out of sight by solving any problems they had - for instance a giant with digestive problems! We learned a lot of science along the way.

When working as this team in the arctic, we worked with the Inuit to inform people about melting polar ice and the monstrous consequences of this. We aim to be better global citizens as a result of learning about changes to the lives of polar bears and about Earth Day.   

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