Our Ancient Egypt trip – Norwich Castle February 2017

Every Day Life in Ancient Egypt We lay on the floor and pretended we were teleported back to Ancient Egyptian times. Then we pretended to make Egyptian bread and picked fruit and milked goats to make breakfast. Ollie F We got dressed up and prepared for a parade. We walked around the museum chanting ‘Long Live Tutankhamun!’ Egyptian collars. We made Egyptian Collars. We learned that blue represented the River Nile, green for the crops, gold for power and silver

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Autumn 2016 -Neolithic Challenge Day- Gressinghall

We had a wonderful day at Gressinghall Museum taking part in a Neolithic Challenge. We were split into four tribes and had to farm the land using stone age tools, build shelters, hunt and scavenge for food and complete a treasure hunt. Farming We split into three groups to learn about hoeing , ploughing and grinding wheat to make flour – Dominic My favourite activity was grinding the wheat, it was fun. – Bailey We had to plough a field.

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How Hill Year 3/4 Residential

Some of us spent a wonderful three days at How Hill in the Norfolk Broads with children from West Raynham and Colkirk Church of England Primary Academies. We enjoyed exploring the woodland, marshland and river habitats, played environmental games, tried our hands at orienteering, got very muddy dyke dipping and enjoyed the sunshine on a boat trip through the reedbeds. We also tried a lot of new crafts such as weaving,clay tile making and watercolour painting.    

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Evacuees for the Day

As part of our topic on World War 2, we were evacuated on the North Norfolk Poppyline. We all looked amazing in our 1940’s clothes and really enjoyed being transported back in time for the day. We were evacuated on a steam train, tried on gas masks, survived an air raid, made our lunch from rations and had a 1940’s singsong in the Women’s Institute!!  

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