Curiosity and Investigate create Stone Age homes!

PUBLISHED: 15:46 17 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:46 17 November 2016

Edward Worlledge Primary School

Edward Worlledge Primary School

Edward Worlledge Primary School

Edward Worlledge Primary School’s Year 3 classes had the project gauntlet thrown down and were asked to recreate a Stone Age village in collaboration with their termly project.

Edward Worlledge Primary SchoolEdward Worlledge Primary School

The Young Ones classes of Curiosity and Investigate have been studying the Stone Age period and how life was lived three million years ago.

Never a class to disappoint, Hazel and Scarlett from the year group have outshone the challenge and recreated a home fit for any caveman, or cave lady, to dwell in.

Well done girls - an outstanding effort as always!

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