Building a tudor house

PUBLISHED: 14:58 03 August 2010 | UPDATED: 14:58 03 August 2010

Flax Bourton Primary School. Children building a tudor house. Maia, Jess, Urisha, Georgiana and Rebecca weaving willows walls.

Flax Bourton Primary School. Children building a tudor house. Maia, Jess, Urisha, Georgiana and Rebecca weaving willows walls.

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A SCHOOL hall in Flax Bourton was transformed to another time when pupils built their own Tudor house.

Flax Bourton Primary School. Children building a tudor house. Brioey, Sam and Billy working on the main house.

A SCHOOL hall in Flax Bourton was transformed to another time when pupils built their own Tudor house.

Youngsters at Flax Bourton Primary School dressed in suitable attire for the period in history while they took part in the creative project.

Children carved wooden pegs, worked with different roofing materials and weaved willow walls as part of the efforts to make the house.


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