Year 4 had a great day yesterday visiting the Verulamium Museum in St Albans. We began the day with a lesson looking at artefacts from the Roman era. We investigated what they were used for and what items we use today that were actually invented by the Romans. I was very proud of how much the class were able to remember from our History lessons over the past few weeks to share with the museum expert!
After exploring the museum, and enjoying a well earned lunch, we walked over the to the Roman theatre to get an idea of the scale of their buildings before walking over to see the magnificent hynocaust and its mosaic where many of the children gained inspiration for their own mosaics that we are currently working on in our art lessons.
The children were inquisitive and did Alban Wood proud with their behaviour whilst out of school. Well done Year 4!