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AXMINSTER: Getting to grips with history...

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Daggers, pots and other artefacts helped Year 3 children at Axminster Primary School get to grips with history. To prepare them for a new history curriculum, the school had arranged a visit from Dorset County Museum. Museum education officer Nicola Berry brought a number of exhibits as part of a workshop called Stone Age to Iron Age. She is pictured with some of the participating children.

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