On Monday, Year 4 were fully prepared for an exciting Tudor Day in their wonderful Tudor outfits. They travelled back to the year 1536 and visited the manor of Master Hatfield to carry out and perform many duties. These included everyday tasks such as ink making and writing, scent bag making (to keep the plague away), embroidery, leather working and candle- stick making. Some children even dared to visit the Barber Surgeon and left with some limbs missing!
At the end of the morning, Master Hatfield announced that Anne Boleyn was to be sentenced to death for committing treason! To celebrate her death, Master Hatfield invited everyone to an afternoon banquet. We ate bread, cheese, biscuits and drank from goblets all whilst enjoying a variety of entertainment including jugglers and jesters, singing, dancing and acting.
A big thank you to Master Hatfield for a fantastic day and also to all the parents who came to support our Tudor Day. A wonderful day was had by all!