Day 3

Date: 14th Feb 2018 @ 2:48pm

Day 3 

We have spent the morning visiting different schools around the local area. The welcome by the staff and children was wonderful! We were treated to beautiful singing, traditional dancing and even a special Valentine's Day cake! It was a privilege to be invited and meet many amazing people! Many of the children remembered Mrs Hooper & Mr Webb from past visits and were excited to say hello! 

This afternoon, we visited Lord Egerton's castle. It was a special sight and Mrs Hooper shared the history of Lord Egerton with us all. Some of the headteachers from this morning joined us for lunch and our visit to the castle. It's been a fantastic day!

Challenge: Can you find out what the colours on the Kenyan flag represent?

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Lydia Louise Barber wrote:

black represents people
red=blood
green=natural wealth
white=peace
Masai shield and spear= defense freedom

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Jess Smale wrote:

Black = the people of Kenya
Red = blood shed when they fought for independence
Green = natural wealth and the countryside
White = peace
How many children are in year 5?

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Evie Blackburn wrote:

The black represents the people of Kenya,
the red represents blood,
the green represents natural wealth
and the white represents peace.

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Adam Hughes wrote:

The black on the flag represents the people,the red is the blood,the green is the natural wealth and the white is the peace!!!

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Class 1 wrote:

Year 1 found out that the black represents the people in Kenya and the red represents blood. The green represents natural wealth and the white represents peace. The Masai shield and spears represents the defense of freedom.

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Year 5 Blue wrote:

We found out that "The black represents the people of Kenya, the red represents blood, the green represents natural wealth, and the white represents peace. The Masai shield and spears represents the defence of freedom. "
We were sad that facetime didn't work, Jambo from year 5 blue, we miss you!

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Reception Class wrote:

Nate knew there was green, Carter knew there was red, Ella guessed some white and Ollie knew there was black. Mrs Rowland explained what the colours meant to us.

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sebastian colclough wrote:

black = the people of Kenya
red = blood
green = natural wealth
white = peace

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Lukas G wrote:

The black represents the people of Kenya, the red represents blood, the green represents natural wealth, and the white represents peace.

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Nabila Aerigib wrote:

black represents the people in kenya
green represents natural wealth
red represents the blood of the people fighting for their country
white represents peace
Masai shield and spear represents the people in kenya fighting for freedom

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