Parents enjoy pupils' Aztec museum

Some of the Fordingbridge Junior School pupils' work for the Aztec museum project

Year 5 pupil Emma House shows her mother her work

Year 5 student Sanne Hooijmeijer-Brown in her Aztec headdress

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CHILDREN at Fordingbridge Junior School have opened their own Aztec Museum.

As part of the Year 5 Viva Mexica project, pupils were learning about the Aztec culture and made artefacts over Easter, including mosaic masks, daggers and shields.

Teacher Nicola Graham said: “It is a wonderful way to celebrate the end of our Aztec learning and bring together everything we have been doing.

“What a wonderful turn out.

“We really appreciate the support we get from our parents; it is so motivating for the children's learning."

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