On Friday 8th May, many celebrations were planned to mark the end of WWII in Europe: Victory in Europe Day (V.E Day). The May Bank Holiday had even been moved from Monday the 4th May to Friday 8th of May to mark 75 years since WWII ended in Europe.
But unfortunately due to the Coronavirus, V.E Day Celebrations have had to take on a different form that are in line with the 'lock down' rules. But we can still mark this special 75th anniversary in our own Welshampton School way!
I thought it would be fitting if we could mark this special occasion by posting some of your V.E Day work on our Class 3 page.
Below are some ideas on how you could show your V.E Day work, but ultimately it is up to you: be as creative as you like!
Your English reading comprehension (in the English yellow star) this week is all about V.E Day, but below is also a good link to get an overview of what V.E Day is:
Please email your work to either of us at:
V.E Day Ideas:
WWII recipe and then try cooking it!
Try learning a WWII style dance
WWII V.E Day song
Have a special V.E Day style tea party with your family
Make up a message using the Morse code
Speak to a relative (via phone) who may remember the V.E Day celebrations or what life was like after WWII ended.
Information poster, Power Point, leaflet.......
And here are some more ideas.......