To mark November the 11th, 100 year since the end of World War One, Year 6 have been looking at war poetry throughout the week. We have learnt that a war port is someone who participates in a war and writes about his/her experiences, or a non-combatant who writes poems about war. We also looked at skipping rhymes which have a rhythm, once read aloud, so makes them perfect for chanting. Within our classes, we worked on reciting the rhymes until we had learnt them by heart. We then went outside and used skipping ropes just as school children would have done during periods of war. The teachers were really impressed with how the children were still able to recall these skipping rhymes days later. We look forward to building on our knowledge of World War One over the rest of this term.