Archaeologists visit Sir Harry Smith Community College for workshop days

PUBLISHED: 11:37 22 July 2016 | UPDATED: 11:37 22 July 2016

Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, 
Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Yr 7 and 8 students working on metal reaction to age. Picture: Steve Williams.

Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Yr 7 and 8 students working on metal reaction to age. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Archaeologists from the Must Farm dig visited a Whittlesey school to share their findings with students.

Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, 
Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Students testing food for identification of age. Picture: Steve Williams.Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Students testing food for identification of age. Picture: Steve Williams.

During the day at Sir Harry Smith Community College, there was a number of workshops based around the dig, centring on English and history, science and maths, and another focusing on technology.

Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, 
Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Student  Chloe starting a fire using flints and dried hay. Picture: Steve Williams.Sir Harry Smith Community College, Whittlesey, Workshops with archaeologists from the Must Farm dig. Student Chloe starting a fire using flints and dried hay. Picture: Steve Williams.

Archaeologists also led four assemblies in the morning and the event was organised by Angela Curtis, pastoral manager for Key Stage 4.


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