Year 3 pupils recently embarked on an exciting journey back in time with a memorable Stone Age Day.
This immersive experience was designed to enhance their understanding of the Stone Age, a crucial component of their ongoing topic studies. The day was filled with a plethora of engaging activities that transported the pupils to the ancient world.
From soap knapping, where they crafted tools akin to their Stone Age ancestors using flint, to the meticulous art of making bell beaker pots, the pupils delved into hands-on experiences.
They even designed their unique antler headdresses and serenaded the past with Stone Age songs. The group then sampled nettle tea, a beverage favoured by those in the Stone Age.
This event was a brilliant opportunity for the pupils to breathe life into their learning, making the past come alive in a fun and interactive way.