Clarendon School lifts the lid on Ancient Egypt
This week the school has had a wonderful week learning about ancient Egypt. We have a Shabti on loan from Manchester Museum and have taken a ‘step back in time’ to explore how the Ancient Egyptians used to live. We created our own museum where all our children, staff, governors and visitors from Bishop Bridgeman primary school shared their learning about specific artefacts that each class had been making. Children made a variety of artefacts all of which would be found in an ancient Egyptian tomb: scarab beetles, jewellery, pyramids, mummies, weapons, pottery to the sarcophagus itself.
The children have excelled in their creative work and presentation skills sharing their learning with the whole school.
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