Year Five attempted to replicate Greek temples during their humanities lesson on Monday afternoon. Given 12 vanilla wafers and six bamboo skewers, they were tasked with creating a temple fit for their God of choice.
Those who chose to build in honour of Zeus crafted a wonderful design complete with frieze and roof, while those who built theirs for Poseidon claimed that it was done to resemble the ruins presently found at Cape Sounion.
A group of future architects and engineers on one team; a group of future politicians on the other.
Mr Clarke, Year 5 Yellow