Celtic Harmony 2019
Children from Year 3 and Year 4 departed on their school journey to Celtic Harmony in East Hertfordshire on Wednesday 7th May 2019.
Celtic Harmony is an award winning charity, providing hands-on cultural heritage education of ancient Britain to increase understanding of the natural world and create a more sustainable way of life for future generations.
Visitors experience first-hand how the people of the Celtic Iron Age, who lived over 2000 years ago, made food, clothes and shelter from the natural environment, whilst protecting natural habitats by harvesting in the traditional way.
Year 3 and Year 4 had a very busy first day!
Day one included - den building, soup making, hunting and gathering, making bracelets, flint knapping, a scavenger hunt, pottery, weaving, roasting marshmallows and a batwalk.
They all slept well and are looking forward to their second day of being Celts.