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Year 3 creates 'Museum of Paleontology'

Creating a space for learning and sharing knowledge on prehistoric animals, plants and landscapes

  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology
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  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology
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  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology
  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology
  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology
  • Year 3 Museum of Paleontology

On Friday, 14th October the Year 3 'Museum of Paleontology' opened it's doors for a one-off, very special exhibition. The children (correction: budding palaeontologists) of Year 3 were delighted to welcome such distinguished guests as Mr. Short, Ms Lebihan, Mr. Rinaldi and some specially invited classes from Dover Court International School. The exhibition was a resounding success and everyone enjoyed learning and sharing their knowledge about prehistoric animals, plants and landscapes.

"The children were so excited to talk about dinosaurs and have clearly loved the topic. They were mature, confident and so polite. What a great celebration and way to end the topic." Mr. Rinaldi.

Kevin Neeson
Year 3 Leader