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Pharaohs and mummies at EY&I!

‘All the kids in the marketplace say, ‘Ay oh whey oh, ay oh whey oh

Walk like an Egyptian…’

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Pharaohs and mummies roamed the classrooms and corridors of EY&I this week. Year 2 children celebrated the end of their IPC topic about the Ancient Egyptians by dressing up and taking part in an array of activities. Creating cartouches out of clay, cracking hieroglyphic codes and making models of pyramids were just some of the exciting things that children enjoyed. Parents were invited to come and see all the work that the children have completed this term. Everyone was extremely impressed by the displays of headdresses, Egyptian collar necklaces, timelines, Lego pyramids and Egyptian portraits.

This term the children have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the Ancient Egyptians and many of them now want to go to Egypt to visit the Pyramids of Giza! And to find real mummies!

Well done to everyone for making Egyptian Day such a success.

Ms Jules Bye