Stone Age dress and storytelling

Roman pupils in Legionary battle formation.

Roman pupils in Legionary battle formation. - Credit: Archant

Children created their own museum full of Stone Age artefacts at a school in Nailsea.

Stone age pupils with artefacts they have made for stone age museum.

Stone age pupils with artefacts they have made for stone age museum. - Credit: Archant

Pupils from the Federation of Hannah More Infant and Grove Junior Schools have been learning about the Stone Age and making tools and jewellery which would have been used or worn in the time period.

Parents were invited in to look around the exhibits which had been crafted out of natural resources.

Children were also invited to dress in Stone Age costumes on the day.

Pupils were also treated to a visit from a storyteller.

Stone age pupils with artefacts they have made for stone age museum.

Stone age pupils with artefacts they have made for stone age museum. - Credit: Archant


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