03:35PM, Monday 16 October 2017
Writing in hieroglyphics, making flatbreads and creating artwork finished off a topic covering the ancient Egyptians at Holyport Primary School.
On Thursday, year four children dressed as pharaohs, mummies and even a pyramid.
The children have been learning about the ancient Egyptians including learning about the life of pharaohs and life after death.
The class also created a tomb and bulit pyramids from various materials and drew portraits of pharohs.
Teacher Hannah Cunningham said: “I was pleased about the amount of effort the children put in for the costumes – It brings the day to life.
“They thoroughly enjoyed it.”
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