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Roman experience for Caister pupils

PUBLISHED: 18:41 19 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:08 30 June 2010

YEAR 3 pupils at Caister Junior School have recently been enjoying a Roman learning experience where various activities were undertaken. Pupils were treated to a Roman Day when Roman costumes were worn, they undertook art projects and the highlight for many was a visit to the Caister Roman fort to investigate the ruins! Year leader Julie Freeman said: “The pupils and staff had great fun during the activities and pupils are looking forward to showing parents their work produced during a parents visit to the classrooms.

YEAR 3 pupils at Caister Junior School have recently been enjoying a Roman learning experience where various activities were undertaken. Pupils were treated to a Roman Day when Roman costumes were worn, they undertook art projects and the highlight for many was a visit to the Caister Roman fort to investigate the ruins! Year leader Julie Freeman said: “The pupils and staff had great fun during the activities and pupils are looking forward to showing parents their work produced during a parents visit to the classrooms."

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