On Friday, a very excited bunch of children set off to Tatton Park for a fun-filled day of learning…

The Celts who ran the park were called Morag, Tilda, and Esma. They made the day very interesting and taught us lots. There were three workshops, which were all really good fun…

  • We made flatbread just like the vikings did, then baked them on the open fire.
  • We used clay to make bowls or pendants.
  • We made a ‘turtle’ wall out of shields

We were certainly ready to eat by the time lunchtime came round, and got there just in time as the Messengers (blackbirds) were just about to tuck in to our lunches…. David saved the day when he spotted them before they did any damage.

We also saw lots of ‘dragons’ flying overhead too. All in all, it was a great day and the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

Take a look at some of the fabulous pictures below…