Back to the future for Trinity pupils

Making bread like the bakery where the great fire started.

Making bread like the bakery where the great fire started. - Credit: Archant

History has come to life at a Portishead primary school over the past fortnight.

Pupils learning about the stone age.

Pupils learning about the stone age. - Credit: Archant

The children at Trinity Primary School have been getting hands on with their learning, as teachers have encouraged them to dress in appropriate clothing for the periods they have been covering.

Year three pupils on Thursday came as stone age characters.

They were met by Fred Flintstone at the school entrance, before going on to bake rock cakes and learn a Hakka dance to ward off any potential threats.

Last week meanwhile the year one children created thatched buildings as they studied the Great Fire of London.


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