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We had great fun in Ruby class digging up parts of our school field. As part of our prehistoric Britain topic, we have been looking at the work done by archaeologists. Mr Griffiths hid various artefacts on the school field and Ruby class had to use all of their skills to locate and dig up the items and try to work out what they could be. We managed to find most of the artefacts and they are on display in our classroom.

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