Gallery

  • The students work in groups to make their freeze-frames.
  • King Charles II says “I gave him a gold medal”
  • King William III says “I made him a knight”
  • “Queen Anne” says that Shovell was her favourite admiral.
  • The children in Westminster Abbey with Peter Daniel at the sight of John Harrison’s memorial.
  • St Paulinus School children go to see John Darts Westmonasterium in the Muniments library in Westminster Abbey.
  • A group of Year 4 students see Lady Shovell in St. Paulinus Church.
  • Lady Shovell tells the Year 4s that they will re-enact scenes from Cloudesley Shovell’s life with freeze-frames.
  • The students work in groups to make their freeze-frames.
  • The “Shovell children” get a bit cheeky.
  • Lady Shovell introduces the students to her family.
  • Cloudesley Shovell is appointed Captain.
  • “Cloudesley Shovell” volunteers to swim for help.
  • Sir Christopher Myngs sends a young Shovell to swim to another ship for help.
  • The students watch as Shovell saves the day.
  • The “Barbary pirates” scare the English sailors into submission.
  • William is crown king of England
  • “King William III” knights “Sir Cloudesley Shovell” after the Battle of Bantry Bay
  • The students work in groups to make their freeze-frames.
  • Lady Shovell introduces herself to the children and tells them about Sir Cloudesley Shovell.
  • Lady Shovell tells the story of Sir Cloudesley Shovell to St. Paulinus Year 6 students.