### New Topic – The Romans

###### Thursday 11th May | 16 comments

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Next week, we start our next topic of the year titled: What the Romans did for us.

What would you like to learn about?

Comment with requests and any great sources of information that you can find.

If you have any Roman books at home, hold on to them for now but we will make use of them later in the term.

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I would like to work on the way they fought and how they did it. I would also like to learn about the family lifeif possible thanks.

We should be able to fit the way of fighting in. I’m not sure if we can fit the family life part in but if not, you can do that as your individual study.

I would like to learn about the clothes and what the houses look like.

I want to find out a little about the Roman language. I also want to know how they write Roman.

It’s called Latin and is still used in some places today, for example: The Catholic Church and some court language is Latin.

I would like to learn about the entertainment (chariot racing and gladiating.

We can certainly learn about that.

We would like to learn about Roman Gods – we think it will be very interesting.

We can definitely do that.

I would like to know what the Roman camps looked like.

Do you mean military camps?

I would like to learn about the food they ate and what sports they did.

We should definitely be able to cover both of those.

We are excited to learn about the Romans and what they ate.

I would like to learn what they wore / ate and also if they wore jewelry.

We are definitely learning about Roman food and we might be able to learn about clothes and jewellery as well. If we don’t get chance for that, you could choose to do that for your Roman project.