Alderman children learn Latin

GIFTED and talented children at Alderman Swindell School have been learning Latin using the “Minimus” scheme for the past five years and last week, a group of 40 children took part in an activity at the Castle Museum in Norwich to extend their understanding of life in Roman Britain.

GIFTED and talented children at Alderman Swindell School have been learning Latin using the “Minimus” scheme for the past five years and last week, a group of 40 children took part in an activity at the Castle Museum in Norwich to extend their understanding of life in Roman Britain. Pictured are Sam, Tommy and Douglas handling Roman artefacts.


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