Students at Terrington St Clement Community School enjoyed an Egyptian celebration day last week to the mark the end of term.
Pupils of Class 3/4 studied the Egyptian period throughout the Easter term.
In January, they visited the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery for inspiration, before taking part in an Egyptian day to sum up what they had learned throughout the term.
During the day students learned about mummification, mummified tomatoes, designed costumes and made Egyptian houses with clay.
Class teacher Georgia Newell said “The day was a great success and every child enjoyed it. It was a good round up of the whole topic.”