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St Alban's Catholic Academy

St Alban's

Catholic Academy

First Avenue, Harlow, Essex, CM20 2NP

Through God’s love we learn together, grow together and achieve together.

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Year 3 had a very exciting day on Wednesday 10th November as not only did the Year 3 class at St Lukes join them for the day, but they also had a visit from The Travelling Natural History Museum as well! Stone Age Pete came to speak to the children about their new topic of The Stone Age! They had a fantastic time learning about the different eras of the Stone Age and how prehistoric people survived during those challenging times. The children learnt how the Stone Age communities used the natural world around them to build shelters, find food and protect themselves from the dangers of their surroundings. It was a wonderful and informative workshop and the children were able to learn also about prehistoric monuments such as Stone Henge, understand how Stone Age jewellery is made and have a go at making their own cave hand prints with chalk. It was a fantastic day and the children had a great time. Please do see our Stone Age pictures.