The children at a Hazlemere school travelled through world history during History Day.

As part of the special learning day, the nursery to Year six pupils at Hazlemere Church of England Combined School immersed themselves to different periods of history from across the globe.

The interactive day on May 20 saw pupils dress as pharaohs, Romans, ancient Greeks, Aztecs and Victorian people

Some attended a medieval banquet held for the lords, ladies, queens, kings and knights. 

This is what the excited children loved the most about their day of time travel.

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Ava from Year three said: “I wrote my name in hieroglyphics, it was really hard.”

Arthur, dressed as a knight, said: “I loved it.”

To support the learning day, the Amersham Museum history bus visited the school.

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Freddie in Year six said: “I really enjoyed the history bus and looking through the artefacts.”

The school’s headteacher Baljit Bhabra said: “This is a great engaging, opportunity to bring History to life.”

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