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This half term in Year 5 we have been learning about ‘Space’ in Science, and we have covered the scale and order of the planets, how seasons and night and day are created, the phases of the Moon and finally all about stars.

In our topic lessons we have been studying ‘Scotland’ with links to the book ‘Skyhawk’ by Gill Lewis, which has been a gripping tale about Callum and Iona discovering an osprey nest on his farm in the Scottish Highlands. The story takes the ospey across the world to West Africa, which is where we are going to study after the holidays.

We have been developing our art skills whilst painting some landscapes of the beautiful Scottish Highlands and learning some new songs that have links to the countries in our book.

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  1. Will

    June 25, 2014 @ 11:04 am          Reply

    The human race play a big part in global warming but not like the volcanos Bering O3,O2 and giving of progisys which is bad for the environment.

  2. Lewis McC

    June 23, 2014 @ 6:44 pm          Reply

    Deforestation
    This is when people cut down trees for wood.
    But sadly this affects the animals living there, it makes a dramatic difference to their lives and ours. It causes soil erosion, loss of habitat and food. Trees produce oxygen and without that we would be dead, they also absorb carbon dioxide which reduces global warming. Trees have a life just like us so why do we take it?

  3. Natasha

    June 22, 2014 @ 5:36 pm          Reply

    Droughts.
    Droughts are caused when water is low and it is very hot. in some countries droughts happen a lot. Droughts causes not enough water for animals which means they can become very dehydrated and can sometimes die. This can happen to up.

  4. Molly s

    June 22, 2014 @ 3:20 pm          Reply

    HOMEWORK
    The 0zone is a layer of air that protects us from the sun. We have all ready got a few holes in the 0zone layer, the thing causing holes in the 0zone is perfume, deoderent and all types of sprays.

    Without the 0zone we would have very deep skin cancar.

    🙂

  5. Chris

    February 10, 2014 @ 10:57 pm          Reply

    In year 5 we have bean learning about space it’s bean amazing to learn about it. Did you know our galaxy has 9 planets and some hotter and colder then others.

  6. alex

    February 10, 2014 @ 7:48 pm          Reply

    Here are the numbers of moons each planet has:
    Mercury – 0 moons
    Venus – 0 moons
    Earth – 1 moon
    Mars – 2 moons
    Jupiter – 63 moons
    Saturn – 62 moons
    Uranus – 27 moons
    Neptune – 13 moons

    A ‘moon’ is just a big rock orbiting a planet

  7. Amber

    February 10, 2014 @ 6:56 pm          Reply

    Constellations are groups of stars that form easily they are recognised and remembered patterns such as,Orion and the Big Dipper!
    Did you know there are 88 recognised constellations,would you like to know any of them?

  8. paige

    February 10, 2014 @ 6:01 pm          Reply

    in space there are 9 planets and over one billion stars burning alsothe moon stays in its orbit because the earths gravity keeps it there.Did you know the earth spins slowley all the time,but we dont feel any movement because it turns smoothley and at the same speed. the earth takes a whole day to make a complete turn. we have seasons because the
    earth is tilted as it makes it yearly journey around the sun.

  9. Anna

    February 9, 2014 @ 7:20 pm          Reply

    This half term we have been learning about space in science and exactly what it is we have learnt whats out there and whether there is any life. We have been up to space to discover what exactly goes on. There are around 200,000 stars in the mikyway. There is nine planets that we know of including pluto which is a dwarf planet. There is no gravity so you just float around. However the loss of gravity can affect your muscles so astronaughts will exercise regularly too stop any harm being done. When you come down from earth you are not able too walk and it will take a few days for you too be back on your feet again and it will take a whole year for your bones too be as strong as they were before you went to space. We have only yet been to the moon but have sent satellites and probes out further into the universe. Who knows if there is life out there any further and that is what scientists are now working on so in thousands yet millions of years time there may be life and people living on other planets.

  10. finlay

    February 9, 2014 @ 6:09 pm          Reply

    In year 5 we are learning about space here are some interesting facts I have found out;
    1) If you put Saturn in water it would float.
    2) We are moving through space at the rate of 225 km per second.
    3) Every year the moon moves about 3.8 cm further away from the earth.
    4) The Solar System formed around 4.6 billion years ago.
    5) The Sun is over 300,000 times larger than earth.

  11. Georgie

    February 9, 2014 @ 5:58 pm          Reply

    Space is massive!!!!!However there is only 9 planets but, there are over a BILLION STARS. We have only took foot and explored one planet “EARTH!”
    Did you know that the moon is not a planet?!!
    There are lots of different names for the Moon at different phases, such as: Full moon, Half moon, Quarter moon and New moon!!

  12. Katie

    February 9, 2014 @ 4:53 pm          Reply

    Space is massive and there are 200,000,000,000 (200 billion) stars in are universe. Around our star, which we call the sun, there are 9 planets. These planets are called Mercury; Venus; Earth; Mars; Jupiter; Saturn; Neptune and Pluto. Although people say Pluto isn

  13. SPENCER

    February 9, 2014 @ 4:18 pm          Reply

    Did you know? Some galaxies are cannibals – they consume other galaxies! Hubble has taken pictures of the Centaurus A galaxy. At its centre is a black hole that is feeding on a neighbouring galaxy.

  14. Alex

    February 9, 2014 @ 4:11 pm          Reply

    The earth is in a solar system called the MIlky Way.There are 9 planets in the system and one sun.The sun is the source of heat and light for the solar system.When the sun dies all life will die this May happen in about 5000 million years.THe sun will get bigger and bigger and hotter and hotter and then it will burn out and becomes a white dwarf.
    There is an easy rhyme to remember all the planets the rhyme is Mario’s very easy Maario says just use Nintendo power!This helps remember the order which is Mercury,Venus,Earth,Mars,Saturn,Jupiter, Uranus ,Neptune and Pluto.Although some people say Pluto isn’t a planet anymore instead it’s a dwarf planet.
    The Earth has 1 moon whereas Mars has two moons.
    Earth is unique because so far it is the only planet in the solar system with life on it- which is very lucky.

  15. Rachael W

    February 9, 2014 @ 12:45 pm          Reply

    Did you know that Goldilocks plants are planets are Earth like planets whose distance from their star makes them neither too hot nor cold, but just right for liquid water and alien life. The closest plant is so far away if I set off now I would be 50 years old when I got there.

  16. tashie

    February 7, 2014 @ 7:11 pm          Reply

    Space is massive, but is their any life? No one knows, not even sciantists know. There are meny thieries though. the moon has diffrent phases, such as full moon, half moon, new moon, quarter moon.

  17. JOSH

    February 6, 2014 @ 10:13 pm          Reply

    In year 5 we have been learning about space we have learnt so much.For example space has 9 different planets also it has over a billion stars burning out as they go along lasting over 100 years astoundingly.Is there life in space? Well no one knows, there have been probes sent out but so far we have not discovered anything so until scientists have investigated more we shall never know!

  18. Jess

    February 6, 2014 @ 8:06 pm          Reply

    Space is really big so big that it never stops .You only ever see one side of the moon. There are nine planets in our solar system .The planets are called Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and finally Pluto. Stars from earth look like specs but close up they are spheres of gas. Yellow stars are usually cooler than white or blue stars. I enjoyed leaning about this topic!

  19. JOSH

    February 6, 2014 @ 7:19 pm          Reply

    In year 5 we have been learning about space we have learnt so much.For example space has 9 different planets also it has over a billion stars burning out as they go along lasting over 100 years astoundingly.Is there life in space? Well no one knows, there has been probes sent out but so far we have not discovered anything so until sciencetists have investigated more we shall never know!

  20. molly

    January 11, 2014 @ 12:25 pm          Reply

    I think its going to be really fun doing space. Jupiter is the largest planet larger than all the others put together!

  21. Andrea

    November 28, 2013 @ 7:54 pm          Reply

    I learns so much about the Tudors the facts are jumbled in my head. I can’t remember which is which but I do remember a few things such as:HenryVII`s six wife’s and three childeren the battle of Bosworth . Sir Francis Drake

  22. andrea

    November 28, 2013 @ 7:43 pm          Reply

    My favourite part about the Tudors is Sir Francis Drake

  23. Molly

    November 26, 2013 @ 8:03 pm          Reply

    In year 5 lots of people have been reading demon dentist by David Walliams.it says on the back
    Darkness had come to town.Strange things were happening in the dead of the night. children would put there tooth under there pillow ready for the tooth fairy,but when they wake up in the morning they find…
    A dead slug, a live spider and hundreds of earwigs creeping beneath there pillows. Evil was at work but who or what was behind it. read Demon Dentist to find out.

  24. Madison

    November 12, 2013 @ 6:54 pm          Reply

    We have been learning about the Tudors and it has been really fun
    We’ve related it to most topics such as maths literacy ect. At the currant time
    We’re learning about famous tudor explorers like set Francis drake Christopher Columbus and more
    My favorate thing is literacy especially smilies, personification, metaphors with mr. Hewitt and
    Mrs sach,I’ve really enjoyed the Tudors!

  25. Imogen

    October 31, 2013 @ 8:09 am          Reply

    This half term i learnt about the Tudors the thing i found most interesting was that Henry the VIII had VI wives they were called 1.Catherine of Aragon 2.Anne Boleyn 3.Jane Seymore 4.Anne of Cleves 5.Catherine Howard 6.Catherine Parr (who when Henry died she married another man who she was actually inlove with the whole time).

    My second favourite thing was learning about Elizabeth I who didn’t get married because she was married to England also known as the Virgin Queen.

  26. Harrison

    October 28, 2013 @ 7:06 pm          Reply

    Elizabeth I wore make-up

  27. Alex

    October 28, 2013 @ 6:57 pm          Reply

    My favourite bit about the Tudors was learning about Henry v111.This is because I found out that Henry was once quite a slim active KIng.He didn’t always look like the pictures we associate with him.
    Shockingly Henry v111 was in fact a brutal king who beheaded 2 of his wives and was responsible for the deaths of about 72000 people through his decision to stop being a catholic.HIs decision to change religion disagreements for many years and lots of people died for their beliefs.
    However Henry did do some good things when he destroyed the monasteries including using the money to build up the navy.The navy he created was important when England had to try and defeat the Spanish Armada during the reign of Henry’s daughter Elizabeth.

  28. Holly

    October 28, 2013 @ 6:13 pm          Reply

    I liked learning about Henry VIII’s wives and Henry’s faveorite wife was Jane Seymour because Jane gave Henry a son and his name was Edward VI but I can’t wait for Tudor exploration! 🙂 yay.

  29. Anna

    October 27, 2013 @ 4:37 pm          Reply

    This term we have been learning about the Tudors. First in line was Henry XII. He had a Son Henry VIII who had six wives. Catherine of Aragon was his first wife and they had a Daughter Mary I. He divorced her shortly after Mary was born. He then married Anne Boleyn who was beheaded before he married Jane Seymour. She was his favourite because she was so beautiful and he had a baby boy with her. They called him Edward. When she died in childbirth he then married Anne of Cleves. He divorced her before marrying Kathryn Howard. He dramatically had her executed and then married Katherine Parr. Luckily she lived because Henry died before she did!!

    This half-term holiday we have been to the Cotswolds in the caravan. We went to Stratford-Upon-Avon where Shakespeare was born, lived and died. We visited the Tudor house where he was born. A fact for you – the family ‘best bed’ would have cost half a years salary. William never slept in it. It was kept in the parlour for guests.

  30. Joe

    October 27, 2013 @ 3:42 pm          Reply

    In year 5 I have enjoyed learning about the Tudor monarchs including Henry’s six wives. My favourite part of learning about the Tudors was the War of the Roses. Henry v111 fought Richard 111 and Richard was defeated and,that meant that Henry was king. Henry v111 was desperate for a boy,eventually he did get one but he had a few daughters which he wasn’t happy about.
    I am looking forward to learning more about the Tudors and Henry’s six wives!

  31. Sophie H

    October 27, 2013 @ 2:36 pm          Reply

    This half term I have been learning about Henry VIII and his six wives, Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn,Jane Seymore, Anne of Cleeves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr. It was divorced, beheaded and died, divorced beheaded and survived. Lucky for Catherine Parr she survived and so did Catherine of Aragon and Anne of Cleeves as they were not beheaded. Catherine Howard was beheaded as the King believed she was flirting with another man. Anne Boleyn was beheaded as she was accused of treason.

  32. Ben

    October 27, 2013 @ 2:07 pm          Reply

    My favourite part about the Tudors was learning about the Battle of Bosworth ,and how Henry Tudor beat Richard lll just by lord Stanley his father in law charging for him in the battle.

  33. chloe

    October 27, 2013 @ 1:51 pm          Reply

    Well I found out that the main part of the Tudor history is Henry the eighth and his wives now henry had a phenomenal amount of wives. In total he had six and there names where Catherine of Argon Ann Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr.

    Now Catherine of Argon daughter was Mary 1st also known as Bloody Mary, She was Henry’s eldest daughter. Ann Boleyn’s daughter was Elizabeth 1st known as Queen Elizabeth 1st who was Henry’s second child and finally Jane Seymour who had Edward the 6th, Henry’s youngest child.

    However after Henry died Edward was first in line to the throne and then it was Lady Jane Grey but we never new why she came to the throne because she was the weakest heir to the throne and she was only Queen for 9 days. After that Mary came onto the throne for a good 5 years then she died of we think cancer so surprisingly Elizabeth actually got a chance to be Queen which was very rare because she was third in line to the throne. If Mary had children then history would have changed forever because Elizabeth would have never been Queen and it would not be the same as it is today so just little bits of history make a whole lot of impact and that’s some things I’ve learned about the Tudors this half term and I wonder what will lean next half term?

  34. Katie

    October 27, 2013 @ 12:11 pm          Reply

    This is what we have been learning about this half term – I really liked Henry the VIII and the history of his 6 wives. He took 6 all because he wanted a male heir.

    He divorced the 1st wife, Catherine of Aragon, because she couldn

  35. Josh

    October 27, 2013 @ 10:56 am          Reply

    In year 5 we have been learning about the Tudors. Throughout the topic I have learned lots, some I have shared below. The Tudors were a Welsh – English family that ruled England and Wales from 1485 – 1603, ruling for 118 years. Henry v111 had six wives called : Catherine of Aragon who was divorced, Anne Boleyn who was executed, Jane Seymour who died of old age, Anne of Cleves who was also divorced, Kathryn Howard who was executed just like Anne Boleyn and finally Katherine Parr who became widowed. I have really enjoyed learning about the Tudors and look forward to what the next topic we shall be learning about will be.

  36. Ellie

    October 26, 2013 @ 7:09 pm          Reply

    My favourite part of the Tudors is learning about the Battle of Bosworth and how Richard III was determined to win, but Lord Stanley strongly decided to go on Henry VII side and defeated Richard III. Also Henry VII started the Tudor reign and ended because of Elizabeth I didn’t have any children to take the throne so ended when she died in 1603 so the Tudor reign lasted 118 years.
    Another reasons why Jane Seymour was Henry VIII favourite wife was… she had a baby boy Prince Edward, also she was kind, and strongly cared about the powerful ruler Henry VIII. He was devastated when he found out about the news of her death.
    Interestingly Lady Jane Grey was only on the throne for nine days before losing the throne to Mary I, and she was on the throne for the shortest period of time.

  37. Rachael

    October 26, 2013 @ 11:48 am          Reply

    This half-term I have enjoyed learning about the Tudors. My favourite part of the topic was the Battle of Bosworth and King Henry VIII.

    Henry VIII had six wives. He wanted a baby boy because he thought men were more powerful and made better rulers. During his life he had three children. His first one was a daughter, Mary, then Elizabeth and then Edward. Edward became King Edward VI after Henry died in 1547. He only ruled for 6 years before he died. Mary then became Queen, for 5 years until 1558. The people did not like Mary and she became known as ‘Bloody Mary’.

    When Mary died, Henry’s second daughter Elizabeth became Queen. She was Queen Elizabeth I and ruled for 45 years. She was very popular.

    I am looking forward to learning about the explorers in the Tudor times!

  38. Tom

    October 26, 2013 @ 8:56 am          Reply

    Now I know all about the Tudor monarchs and know all the kings and queens :D. I also know the last monarch which was Elizabeth I and her mother was Anne Boyeln. The second of Henry VIII’s wives.

  39. sara

    October 25, 2013 @ 8:57 pm          Reply

    In our tudor topic we learnt about Henry’s six wives. My favourite part of the topic was learning about the war of the Roses. Henry VIII was Henry VII second son and he became king because his older brother, Arthur, died when he was only 15. Edward VI was Henry VIII only male heir. However, he was young and in very bad health, and died when only 15. Elizabeth I didn’t marry and was queen by herself, which was unusual for the time. She also didn’t have any children so when she died in 1603, the tudor dynasty ended. Catherine of Aragon was married to Arthur, before she was married to Henry VIII. But, Arther caught a nasty disease and died soon after their marriage.

  40. Jessica

    October 25, 2013 @ 2:53 pm          Reply

    This half term we learnt about the Tudors. We learnt about the the Battle of Bosworth. HenryVII fought against Richard III. Henry VII won but that was only because Lord Stanley came on to his side with more men so there would be almost double the amount. So some of Henrys men circled Richard and beat him down until he died.
    HenryVIII had six wives and they were called Catherine of Argon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Kathryn Howard and Katherine Parr. Then after Katherine Parr the throne went over to Edward VI. Sadly, due to his illness he only ruled for six years. Then Mary I came along with her Catholic views, and she was very cruel to Protestants. Now last but not least Elizabeth I was a protestant, but she was kind to Catholics. My favourite part of last terms topic was leaning about HenryVIII and his six wives.

  41. Georgie

    October 25, 2013 @ 11:01 am          Reply

    My favourite bit about the tudors was learning about Henry VIII. His favourite wife out of the six was Jane Seymour. He loved her but she dropped dead after the birth of their son Edward VI.

    He has six wives Catherine of Aragon was divorced, Anne Boleyn was beheaded, Jane Seymour died. Anne of Cleaves was divorced and Henry called her my beloved sister. Catherine Howard was Anne Boleyn’s sister and she was beheaded too and last but not least was Katherine Parr survived!

    Henry was very greedy and selfish. He executed 72,000 people in his reign and was 54 a day.

  42. Louis

    October 25, 2013 @ 9:35 am          Reply

    This half term we are learning about the Tudors. The Tudors started because Henry Tudor defeated Richard the third the battle of Bosworth. Just recently archaeologists found Richard the 3rd’s body under a car park in Leicester, which is close to Bosworth battlefield.

  43. Anna

    October 24, 2013 @ 4:26 pm          Reply

    This half term we have been learning about the Tudors. Henry VII was first, he and his 5,000 troops along with Lord Stanley’s 6,000 troops fought the grueling Battle of Bosworth,which ended the War of the Roses. Then Henry VIII finally took to the throne. We know henry VIII well because of the number of wives he had. His wives were Katherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne Of Cleves, Katherine Howard and, last but not least, Katherine Parr. Edward vI was next to become king. He was very young when he became king (only 9 years old)and sadly only reigned for 6 years, dying when he was 15. Lady Jane Grey was next she only ruled for a brief 9 days before losing the throne to Mary 1. Mary 1 reigned for 7 years, although it was a pretty horrible 7 years. Following her came Elizabeth I who was crowned on 15 January 1559. Elizabeth’s reign was known as the Golden Age. What a great end to the tudors!

  44. Christopher

    October 22, 2013 @ 9:44 pm          Reply

    Year 5 have been learning about the Tudors the best bit about it is learning gruesome facts . Here’s a fact to tell everyone Tudors used mice brains as tooth paste .

  45. Charlie

    October 20, 2013 @ 5:09 pm          Reply

    Did you know that Henry VIII executed about 50 people a day,built the British navy and married Cathrine of Aragon, Anne Bolyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, Cathrine Howard and Cathrine Parr, lucky for her she survived and married the man she loved

  46. James

    October 20, 2013 @ 4:38 pm          Reply

    Mary I locked Elizabeth in the tower and Mary’s punishment was getting her head chopped of. Henry had six wives his wives were Cathrine of Aragon,Anne Boleyn,Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves,Catherine Howard,Catherine Parr. Catherine Parr outlived Henry who died in 1547. The next king was Edward VI who died in 1553. The next Queen was Lady Jane Grey, sadly she was only Queen for 9 days. The next Queen was Mary Queen of scots and she tried to kill Elizabeth so she got beheaded. The next Queen was Elizabeth and her rain was called the Golden age and she didn’t get married so the Tudors ended.

  47. Charlie

    October 20, 2013 @ 3:40 pm          Reply

    Did you know that when Mary Queen of scotts was being executed the executioner accidentally hit the top of her head and then he hit her arm, eventually he hit her neck!

  48. Isabelle

    October 16, 2013 @ 3:13 pm          Reply

    This half term I have learnt all about the Tudors. Henry VII came first. He and his army won the battle of Bosworth (the end of the War of the Roses). He married Elizabeth of York. They had Henry VIII who was next in line. He had six wives – Catherine of Aragon, Anne Boleyn ,,Jane Seymore , Anne of Cleeves, Catherine Howard and Catherine Parr. Henrys only son Edward is next on the throne although sadly he only was king for 6 years and in that time his uncle took charge mostly.When Edward died his sister Mary (known as

  49. Annie

    October 15, 2013 @ 6:08 pm          Reply

    Did you know, Henry VIII started a new religion just for his second divorce!

  50. Annie

    October 2, 2013 @ 7:04 pm          Reply

    In year 5 we are learning about the Tudors.
    We are learning about Henry VIII and his wives.
    Catherine of Aragon was the first wife. she gave birth to a baby
    girl called Mary. Henry divorced her and married Anne Boleyn.
    Henry beheaded her because she flirted with other men.
    Then along came Jane Seymour. she was Henry’s favourite wife.
    She gave birth to a boy. He was called Prince Edward. Then Jane Seymour died and many months later Edward died. Next was Anne of Cleves. Henry divorced her because she was very ugly. When Henry saw the picture of her she looked even more prettier than she actually did. He divorced her and married Catherine Howard. she was Anne Boleyn’s cousin. Henry beheaded her because she wouldn’t have any kids and also she flirted with other men like Anne Boleyn.
    Last was Katherine Parr. she survived. she also flirted with another man but never told Henry. Henry then died so she married the man she loved. That is all I know about Henry VIII’s six wives.
    Next I would like to learn about Tudor houses. I have been to speke hall. It is a lovely area with a little maze and a park. The house has big doors and lots of beautiful patterns on. Inside there are some priest holes. A priest hole is a hole were they used to hide
    priests. There are lots of windows around speke hall. when they were eating in the big dining room they had people to play music for them. They were smelt a little bit so the put them in a little room for them to play there. They also didn’t want them to watch everyone eating.

  51. paige

    October 1, 2013 @ 7:10 pm          Reply

    My favourite part of the tudors is learning about henrys six wives because i like learning all the names of his wives.

  52. Madison

    September 25, 2013 @ 9:45 am          Reply

    What I found interesting was that Henry had lots of different wife’s!
    He was selfish and greedy!
    Catherine of Aragon was his first wife but didn’t manage to give him a son!
    She gave him a daughter Mary 1st.
    So Henry divorced her and was also having an affair with Anne Boleyn!
    Anne Boleyn was his second wife who was unfortunly was beheaded
    At tower hill! She gave him a daughter Elizibeth 1st.
    Then he met Jane Seymour the love of his life and gave him a SON!
    Prince Edward. Sadly both of them died leaving Henry on his own again!
    Then he got a portrait of Anne of cleves she was very pretty or was she?
    NO! She was so ugly henry had to ask for another divorce.
    After that Katherine Howard came along who was also Anne Boleyns cousin
    And she too got beheaded.
    Finally he met Katherine parr soon after he married her he DIED!
    So Katherine could marry the man she loved!
    And that’s all of Henry’s wife’s!

  53. Louis

    September 25, 2013 @ 9:45 am          Reply

    My favourite part of the Tudors in year 5 is when we were learning about the wives Henry’s favourite wife Jane Seymour.Who gave him a son Edward 6 but Jane Seymour died from child birth and Edward died of illness =(
    Catherine Aragon married henry but she gave him Bloody Mary

  54. Liam

    September 25, 2013 @ 9:26 am          Reply

    The Tudor reign lasted 1485 to 1603 which was 118 years!!!!!!

  55. Andrea

    September 25, 2013 @ 9:26 am          Reply

    My favourite part of the tudors was learning about Henry Vll’s 6 wife’s.and the war of the roses.

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