Arts teacher Elizabeth Hutchin, also known as @Busyli33ie, has been running various creative workshops with school groups in Somerset in the run up to the Taunton Live performing and creative arts festival this July.
In one year 6 class of 10 and 11 year olds, she asked them to look at Daniel's work to inspire designs for a creative pair of socks - and here's some of the wonderful results. Well done kids!
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In the year 1500 BC, the Israelites who had settled in Egypt had significantly grown in numbers. So much so that the Pharaoh at the time grew fearful of them: paranoid that they would eventually take over. Forgetting that it was actually an Israelite by the name of Joseph - yes, the guy with the groovy coat - who had guided the Egyptian people away from famine a few hundred years earlier, the Pharaoh made all the Israelites slaves. Things then took a most heinous turn when the Pharaoh ordered the midwives to drown all male Hebrew babies at birth.
How do you defeat those pesky Romans: with a broadsword, a throwing spear, a battle horse? All of those sound like they could be very useful, but what you really need in your arsenal is a Hare. Just ask Queen Boudica - and if anyone should know it would be this red hared heroine, who impressively managed to defeat the all conquering Romans in three separate battles.