Year 4 trip to British Museum
On arrival at the British Museum we left our things at the Education centre and went straight to Gallery 4. Using worksheets, Year 4 had to discover different hieroglyphic symbols on all the exhibits and we were also able to examine the Rosetta Stone.
After an early lunch in the Education Centre we set off for a talk on Greek Myths and a number of pupils displayed a great knowledge on Greek legends. After the talk, we spent the rest of the afternoon in the Egyptian galleries which house the collection of mummies. These fascinated everyone!
We were unfortunately delayed for 30 minutes on the return journey, arriving back at Rose Hill at 4:30pm but a great day was had by all.
Well done to all the pupils for behaving so well at the Museum.
T Booth Jones
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