By Tristan Harris Friday 16 August 2013 Updated: 16/08 10:23
YOUNGSTERS from Charford First School brought history to life for their parents by setting up their own museum.
The Year 3 pupils have been learning about the Anglo Saxons and the Vikings in their history lessons.
A trip to Birmingham Museum inspired children to create their own exhibition space and they set about making a number of items, including shields, Viking weapons, helmets, coins and pottery, an Anglo Saxon model village and even a Viking longship.
Year 3 leader Natalie Harbron said: “The parents absolutely loved it and couldn’t believe how much work had gone into the project or the quality of the work.”
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