Making Stonehenge at Pitton Primary

Salisbury Journal: Making Stonehenge at Pitton Primary Making Stonehenge at Pitton Primary

DOMINOES, biscuits, Weetabix and even sausages have been used to build novel representations of Salisbury’s most recognisable landmark.

Children at Pitton Primary School used their creative skills to come up with new and interesting models of Stonehenge made out of all sorts of everyday items.

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