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Years 2 and 3 were fortunate enough to enjoy an educational trip to Durham University to further explore the history of the Roman Empire. They started the day off as young archaeologists, trying to uncover the secrets behind many ancient objects – some were over 2000 years old! In the afternoon, we went on a Roman journey through time exploring different artifact which gave us information on what Romans did in their everyday life, for jobs, and even for fun. Our artists had a chance to express their creative side by creating mosaic patterns in a unique Roman style. Overall it was a brilliant, fun-filled, educational day out.