Flaming, flying, whizzing – all our Year Sixes’ fingers are worn out with all the writing they’ve been doing recently. What with trips, workshops and exciting topics, we’ve had lots to write about.
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This week, in our homework, children were asked to write some interview questions that they would like to ask someone who was alive, or perhaps fought, during WW2. Here are some of the best questions that two pupils in Opal Class came up with:
- How old were you when you went to fight in the war?
- What did you eat and wear during the war?
- How often could you write to your family?
- Did any of your older family members fight in WWI?
- What kept you fighting?
- Why did you decide to join the army to fight in the WWII?
- Did you receive/earn any medals whilst you were fighting?
- How did you pass the time when you weren’t fighting?
- How did you feel about WW2 starting?
- What part was your role in WW2?
- If you had a wife, what role did she play in the war?
- Did you get hurt in the war?
- Did you kill or injure anybody in the war?
- How did you feel when the war ended?
- Did you get any flash backs about the war?
Perhaps someone out there reading this blog post might know someone who could answer some of these questions? We’d love to hear from you!