Year 3 Stone Age Museum

3rd November 2017

On Friday 3rd November, Year 3 pupils became museum guides for the afternoon.  

Children were all assigned areas of expertise, ranging from hunting and farming in the Stone Age, cave art, the wonder that is Stonehenge, the making of Beaker Pots in the Bronze Age and shields and hillforts in the Iron Age.

The children confidently guided parents through the exhibits that they had created, explaining in great detail the historical facts and chronological knowledge they had learnt during their Autumn term topic. 

The museum was a beautiful display and a great way to celebrate all their hard work. It was thoroughly enjoyed by the families and staff who came to visit it.  

Well done Year 3!

"Pupils thrive at the school, developing outstanding attitudes to learning due to the excellent relationships they form with adults and the very practical, interesting and challenging lesson activities provided. Their excellent behaviour is evident in all aspects of school life."