Miraculous Mythical Morning!

Today years 5 and 6 participated in a fun-filled morning dedicated to our new topic, Myths and Legends. We all came in our different characters from famous tales or legends. First of all class India came to Ye Goode Knights Inn for refreshments and a brain-straining pub quiz. Here’s a quick sample, how many questions can you get right?

1. What beast has the torso of a man but the body of the horse?
2. What mountain did many of the gods and goddesses live on?
3. What was Robin Hood’s real name?
4. What is the name of King Arthur’s father?

Secondly we came to the battle field of the conquering of Troy, but with a slight twist… The legendary trick of the wooden horse was reconstructed out of mouth- watering jelly babies and raw spaghetti.

Finally, we came to a clay construction site where we created our own Mythical creatures, heartlessly turned to stone by the evil Medusa.

By Tom, Alec, Joe and Simon

Comments that people have made about this blog post

Comment 1 Comment by Mr Herring on 09 Jan 12 at 4:13pm | Quote this comment
Some excellent writing here from these four boys. 2TPs to anyone who picks a word or phrase and explains why I have tickled it pink.
Comment 2 Comment by Tarragon N on 09 Jan 12 at 5:04pm | Quote this comment
fun-filled it is a hyphonated word
Comment 3 Comment by Alfie G on 10 Jan 12 at 7:09pm | Quote this comment
Nice Dwarf costume Joe its awsome 8)
Comment 4 Comment by Alfie G on 11 Jan 12 at 8:15pm | Quote this comment
1. Centaur
2. Olympuess
3. Robin of Locksley
4. Uther Pendragon

I hope i got them all right :-?
Comment 5 Comment by Joseph M on 14 Jan 12 at 10:13am | Quote this comment
mouth-watering is a hyphenated word

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