Primary School

Guess Who?

In 1939 a land owner excavated strange mounds on his land which turned out to be an ancient burial site, one of which contained an undisturbed ship burial containing a wealth of Anglo-Saxon artefacts but no body! Year 4 became detectives this week when they were asked to investigate the mysterious find and decide who may have been buried there. The children examined the clues, one by one to decipher who it may have been. Using their skills of deduction they decided it was most likely to be Raedwald who was a superior king in Anglo Saxon times. Although they could never know for certain who it was the dates on coins, swords and armour favoured him as the most likely candidate! Good detective work year 4!


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