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Mrs Fernandes

Mrs Twomey

Year 5 (23)

Walking in Sunshine!

The beautiful weather continued for our final day at Eyam as we set off on the Friday walk. The views were amazing as we trekked up and down hills from Eyam to Stoney Middleton and back to Eyam. Many parents (and dogs) were able to join us and it was lovely to see children pointing out landmarks and passing on their knowledge. Well done Year 5 for a fantastic residential!

Year 5s are no Mugs!

All the children had a fantastic time this morning with a magic hour painting mugs in the classroom.

Eyam Church

The children visited St Lawrence's church in Eyam. They saw the plague window and learnt more facts about William Mompesson and the sacrifice made by the people of Eyam.

Cucklet Delph

The children visited Cucklet Delph today which is called Cucklet Church. Every Sunday during the plague the Delph was used by William Mompesson to hold services. Like William Mompesson, the children stood in the archway and pretended to preach to the villagers standing below on the opposite hillside.During the plague, each family group would stand well away from the others so that there would be less chance of spreading the disease.

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