The winner of the latest Famous Moment in Lego was Chris Conway of S4 who correctly identified the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Could Chris please come and see Miss Thomson in F9 to collect his prize, a £15 i-tunes voucher.
Well done to all the other pupils and staff who got the correct answer.
This month’s Famous Moment in History is now available
If you think you know what it represents then tell any Social Studies teacher.
The winner of last month’s Famous Moment in Lego was Marc Harrison in S3 who correctly identified the Christmas Day truce between the British and German soldiers during World War One in 1914.
The January Moment in Lego competition is now up and running so look out for the posters in Social Subjects rooms, in the corridors and on the website. Good luck!
The very latest ‘Famous Moment in Lego’ has now been published.
Answers, as usual, to any Social Subjects teacher
The latest ‘Famous Moment in Lego’ has now been released:
If you think you know what famous moment in history it represents then tell a Social Subjects teacher
Well done to Callum McGuire, S1 who is the winner of the November Famous Moment in Lego. Callum, along with many others, correctly identified the Great Fire of London, 1666.
Keep your eyes peeled for the new Famous Moment In Lego which is launching this week – answers to any Social Subjects teacher.
The next ‘Famous Moment in History’ is now available:
If you think you know what it represents tell a social subject teacher
The winner of last month’s Famous Moment in Lego was Calum Dron, S6, who correctly identified the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in August 1945.
If you look very closely the best clue was in the design of the houses. Calum should come and see Miss Thomson in F9 to collect his prize, a £15 i-tunes voucher.
Keep your eyes peeled for the next Famous Moment which the HIstory Club will be launching this week – some say it is the toughest one yet!