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Young imaginations run wild at the Pitt Rivers Museum


Date published: Wed 26 Apr 2017   Author: N.Webb   Category: Academic   Share: Share on facebookShare on TwitterShare on MySpaceShare by Email


On Wednesday 22nd March, our more able students from years 7 to 11 went to the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, which displays thousands of archaeological and anthropological artefacts. The students explored the museum, before settling on a particular object of interest, using this as stimulus for imaginative writing. We have since collected in stories of mighty warriors with enchanted swords, cursed jewellery, legends of totem poles and much more. 

For more information on our work with more able students please click here and scroll down the page.

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