The children and teachers of Andovesford Primary school have been celebrating their passion for all things Roman!

History lessons on the Romans have been brought to life through various visits to Chedworth Roman Villa!  Not only did the children recieve a guided tour of the villa but also tried their hand at weaving and medicine bag making.

In an outreach session delivered by Katie Smith, Community Outreach Officer children also learnt about archaeology and the roles of archaeologists.

The Roman spirit has inspired some amazing work from the children, including creating their own Roman shrine inspired by the nymphaeum at Chedworth Roman Villa.  Children also used loaned objects from the villa to create Roman inspired handling table.

The team at Chedworth Roman Villa have really enjoyed working with the school, and were really impressed by the passion and creativity the children have shown!

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