Exploring Roman life

St Benedict's Junior School | 12 Sep 2019
Children in Year 4 at St Benedict's visited the Verulamium Museum at St Albans, to enrich their learning about Roman life.
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Verulamium Museum is filled with ancient treasures and some of the finest mosaics outside of the Mediterranean. The children had the opportunity to handle real Roman artefacts and explore what life was like in one of the largest Roman cities in Britain. They immersed themselves in Roman life, explored Roman rooms and admired intricate large-scale mosaics on display. They also viewed recent discoveries such as the Sandridge Hoard, a collection of 159 Roman gold coins.



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St Benedict’s is London’s leading independent Catholic co-educational school, in leafy Ealing. Within a caring, happy community, St Benedict’s has strong academic standards, with considerable ambition for future academic success. The Junior School and Nursery offers a holistic education for children aged 3 to 11, which continues through the Senior School and Sixth Form. St Benedict’s, which welcomes children of other Christian denominations and faiths, is committed to supporting all children to develop their full potential.

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