Mummy’s the word

It was time to walk like an Egyptian at a Shropshire school as pupils dressed like as mummies and pharaohs for the day. Children in Y3 at Wellington’s Old Hall School dressed in themed costumes and took part in a range of activities as part of their studies on ancient Egypt.

Head Martin Stott says, “I know it makes more work both for staff and parents, but these days are really popular and a highlight in the school calendar. It’s lovely, too, to see how much the children gain from taking part in a multi-sensory approach like this, which gives them a greater understanding of the world around them.”

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