Boudica the Brave
Year 3B put on an awesome assembly all about the Celts versus the Romans. A terrifying Roman army marched into the Junior School hall facing a vicious looking bunch of Celts. The Roman army stood magnificently in their ‘tortoise’ formation showing a well-trained and organised team. The Celts, with spears at the ready, were led by Boudica a brave and fearsome woman. She wore colourful clothes and she was tall, strong and loud. She led her army into battle, but despite her efforts the Romans defeated her at Watling Street. The junior children watched the battle scene unfold in the hall and saw for themselves the might of the Roman army.
The children have really loved learning about the Romans and especially practising their marching, with Latin commands, in their lessons in preparation for their assembly. Well done, Year 3B. You were amazing!
Thank you Mrs Hine and Mrs Sumner for helping us with our Roman shields and acting.
Posted by Mrs Briggs