Toga uniforms at Castle Batch
PUBLISHED: 15:00 10 April 2015
ROMAN warriors and mummies were spotted at a Worle primary school as part of a Greek-themed event.
Year six students at Castle Batch Primary School wore togas to school as part of their topic about ancient Greece.
They spent the day exploring Greek life, made clay pots, headdresses and a temple fit for any Greek god.
Parents got the chance to witness the excitement too as children displayed their work in a make-shift museum at the school.
The class teacher, Lindsay Avci, said: “The children created an amazing display of their work that they had produced during terms three and four.”