Today our lovely school was completely transformed into an exciting museum with interesting artefacts round every corner.
Each class showcased their creativity with carefully-curated exhibits in classrooms and shared areas. Several pupils and staff got into the spirit by dressing up for the occasion and our parent visitors were really impressed by our confident, informative KS2 tour guides.
Visitors feasted their eyes on gruesome monsters, homemade toys and Tudor portraits made by our Reception and Key Stage 1 pupils. Key Stage 2 displayed dinosaurs inspired by the Great Exhibition, Roman shields, Viking helmets and Egyptian death masks. That was not all – further wonders included mummified tomatoes, Viking dragonheads, historical writing and large-scale models of London landmarks. There were too many artefacts to list thanks to the hard work of our pupils and staff!
Our children loved touring the building to see what other classes have made and, in particular, pupils are very excited for what they will learn about in years to come.
For families who did not get a chance to visit us this morning, there is still one more chance when we open our museum doors again from 3:15 pm-4:00pm today (10th February).