Slinfold School pupils enjoy Stone Age antics

Slinfold Primary School pupils enjoy Stone Age topic SUS-141211-153306001
Slinfold Primary School pupils enjoy Stone Age topic SUS-141211-153306001
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Children at Slinfold School enjoyed taking part in a Stone Age Day as part of their ‘Sticks and Stones’ topic.

Slinfold’s ample environmental area was utilised with the support of Forest Schools Leader, Judy Agate (from Green Caterpillars), to sample a range of activities which included: fire making, cordage, pottery, den building and bread making.

Children were busy experiencing how Neolithic children may have spent their day.

“I thought making and cooking bread outside with a fire was awesome! It also made us think how Torak, from the Wolf Brother book, might have spent his day.,” said pupil, Ted Collins.

Teacher, Laura Braun said: “It was wonderful to see the children so immersed and utilising skills from the Stone Age. This new curriculum topic is proving to be a real hit.”

Report and pictures contributed by KS2, Slinfold School.