The entire morning was devoted to preparing for this exhibition including finishing off our Roman stories, selecting our art exhibition pieces and setting up the hall, but it was worth it.
Pupils were invited to see our Roman coliseums, read our stories, hear our reports and view our wonderful art gallery. Here's a reminder of how it all went...
|Morning preparation was essential to make sure all of our work was ready to be exhibited|
|Parents and pupils alike were blown away by the sheer size of the art exhibition|
|It was great for the younger children to catch a glimpse of life in Upper Key Stage 2|
|I was delighted by how well the Year 6 pupils explained their work to the younger children|
|Everybody had the chance to exhibit work - even if it wasn't theirs...|
|The Roman art gallery in all its glory|
|Some people contributed slightly less than others to the exhibition|
|The younger pupils were impressed with our art work|