Host of activities make for a fun day of history in school

PUBLISHED: 13:30 11 July 2016

Pupils in their outfits before their roman feast.

Pupils in their outfits before their roman feast.

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Pupils at Ashbrooke House School, in Weston-super-Mare, enjoyed a fun-filled day experiencing what it was like to live in Roman Britain.

Throughout the day, pupils dressed up as Romans and tried their hand at some Roman cooking.

They also had the chance to create mosaics and transform their classroom into a Roman dining room.

Headteacher Karen Wallington told the Mercury it was a ‘lovely’ day and everyone got into the Roman spirit.

She said: “They loved it and everyone came dressed up which I was really pleased with.

“I dressed up and so did some of the other teachers so we all got into the spirit.

“They got to have a lovely feast and our whole classroom looked completely different. This is a great way for children to 
learn.”


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