Hedgehogs (Y3) were excited to welcome Paul Nolan, acclaimed author of children’s historical fiction books, on Monday, October 11th 2021. Having written a book set in the Bronze Age, Paul is an expert in this period of history, and he helped bring our Stones and Bones topic alive!
Throughout the morning, the children investigated the Stone and Bronze Ages through a variety of engaging activities, which included the opportunity to see ancient artefacts and learn, first-hand, just how and why Stonehenge was created.
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