The children have been finding out about the links between Worthy Down, Winchester and the Romans. During excavations at Worthy Down in 2015, Roman remains and artefacts were discovered. As well as skeletons and gold coins Roman hob nailed boots were discovered.
Yesterday the whole school enjoyed a theatre show on the theme of Romans in Britain. The actor, in role as a Roman Centurion entertained the children with stories of how the Romans built towns. He then led the children in a walking processions from school to Worthy down along the new path. It was a great opportunity for all the children to visit the camp. Along the way we were looking closely at the local landscape including seeing the school from a different perspective.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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