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St Peter's Antiques Roadshow

Ash Class enjoyed looking at different artefacts. They used their skills to find out what each object was used for, who used it and why. They ordered the mobile phones from the oldest to the newest.

Blossom Antiques Roadshow, we loved exploring lots of different artefacts from the past and trying to guess what they were, how they were used, why they were used and which we thought was the oldest.

Beech class had a great time taking part in the St Peter's Antiques Roadshow.  We received some very interesting antiques from home and Miss Brown shared some fascinating finds from the past with us too.  We used our enquiry skills to make hypotheses for what the historical artefacts might have been used for and who might have used them.  We also had to decide which artefact might be the oldest/most modern/most valuable and sorted them into what we thought the chronological order might be.  


“Things men have made with wakened hands, and put soft life into are awake through years with transferred touch, and go on glowing for long years. And for this reason, some old things are lovely warm still with the life of forgotten men who made them.”

Hawthorn enjoyed looking at the amazing artefacts  brought into school. The children told us all about their history and we discovered some amazing facts about their families. We used our enquiry skills to decide which of the artefacts were the oldest / newest / most valuable etc.

Elm loved holding our own “St Peters Antiques Roadshow. The children had lots of fun looking at the artefacts they had brought in. We discussed what the artefact was used for and who it belonged to.

Cedar Class had great fun examining artefacts brought in from home during our ‘Antiques Roadshow’ afternoon. We talked about what the objects were used for, who might have used it and whether or not we thought they were valuable.

Oak Class had a great afternoon looking at artefacts. We had a fantastic time discussing the items and how they help us understand what life was like many years ago.

Birch’s Antique Roadshow 😁