The children have all worked really hard on their learning challenge, "How was Farsley affected in World War One?" and last week they were delighted to put on an exhibition of the work that they have completed over the half term. As well as learning all about World War one, the children also took part in a local study of Farsley. They took a trip to the village to look at the buildings and compare them to the photographs from one hundred years ago and they looked into the life of one of it's former residents, Henry Pearson and his journey from Farsley to the frontline of the war. With the topic as their inspiration, the children created booklets to showcase their work and posters and quizzes to teach their parents a little bit too! On top of all of that, the children also learnt the German version of Silent Night and performed this during the exhibition. Thank you to everyone who came along to see the children's work and well done Year 5, you did a fantastic job!