Winners of the F.D. Lucas History Prizes
The winners of the F.D. Lucas History prizes were announced last week. They were chosen from our years 3 to 7, as the projects are researched and developed over the summer holidays, meaning our Year 8 has left.
This year, our winners really let their imaginations go, and all unearthed astounding facts using local resource. They were Sergey, Harry and Torren.
Subject matters/topics for the F. D. Lucas history prizes can include local history, a hero/villain, a turning-point or individual influence – which could be a friend or relative. Some of our pupils are inspired by a summer holiday destination or trip, while others acquire knowledge from a library, local person or grandparent.
Pupils can produce a short documentary about their topic or place, or use Lego to reenact a historical scene. Alternatively, they can get together with friends to recreate a moment in history.
The bar was set very high this year with an impressive array of entries. Well done everyone for all their hard work, and congratulations to our winners.