Class 4 were transported to the past with a day of history workshops in school on Thursday. Led by the Shropshire Museum Service the children investigated artefacts to learn more about the periods in history.
The children sketched Anglo-Saxon artefacts, made a wattle and daub fence (minus the daub!), placed Anglo-Saxon names on a map and dressed up as an Anglo-Saxon family.
The children dressed as Viking warriors and a Viking family, ground some barley using a rotary hand quern or ‘grinding stone’ and made small clay plaques by writing our names using runes.