Prehistoric fun for students

PUBLISHED: 18:06 29 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:10 30 May 2010

Children from Stebbing Primary School enjoying one of the dinosaur workshops   Picture: RONA COX

Children from Stebbing Primary School enjoying one of the dinosaur workshops Picture: RONA COX

STEBBING Primary School children have been enthralled by a travelling Natural History Museum that has been visiting the school. The youngsters enjoyed a series of workshops and lessons led by Peter Ta Bois, who runs the museum, during the week, including

STEBBING Primary School children have been enthralled by a travelling Natural History Museum that has been visiting the school.

The youngsters enjoyed a series of workshops and lessons led by Peter Ta'Bois, who runs the museum, during the week, including fossil hunting and creating their own dinosaurs.

Headteacher Janet Matthews said "Giant dinosaurs have taken over the hall and there are fossils everywhere you look. The children learnt more about how life probably started on our planet.

"The school also had a themed Dinosaur Day where the children enjoyed dance, mask-making, music and, of course, making rock cakes.


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