British Museum Trip for Year 3

Posted: 10th February 2017

Year 3 enjoyed their trip to the British Museum to view the amazing find of treasures that was excavated by an Archaeologist named Bernard Brown.  What was unearthed was an imprint of a buried ship at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, over 1300 years ago.  No body was found as the soil was so acidic.  Historians know that the person buried in the ship was wealthy but do not know who he was.    After lunch, pupils viewed the artefacts and were able to sketch some of the treasures that were found.

Later, girls looked at some Roman artefacts which they had studied last term. Well done Year 3 for being so enthusiastic and behaving like true Manor House girls.

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Open Morning

Wednesday 13 March

9.30 am to 12.30 pm

girls sat on the field

We hold three whole School Open Mornings every year to showcase our Nursery, Kindergarten, Prep and Senior Schools;

in the Autumn Term in October, in the Spring Term in March and in the Summer Term in May or June.