Year 3 went on a trip to the Roman Bath House dig, the children really enjoyed learning about archaeology and finding Roman artefacts. We all got the chance to take part in our own dig and make a Roman badge.
DT Week - We had great fun making Woolly Mammoths and creating our own stone circles. All the activities linked to our History topic of The Stone Age.
Year 3 having fun with Microscopes, looking for cells and identifying different objects.
We visited Tullie House to take part in an Egyptian workshop, the children found out how to make a mummy, write in hieroglyphics, handle some original artefacts and objects and dress up as Ancient Egyptians.
Year 3 also took part in a Roman workshop where we found out about how people lived in Roman Carlisle, what jobs they could do and what life was like for both the Romans and the Celts.
Multicultural Week - Italy As part of our multicultural week we have been to Tullie House and made Venetian masks.
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