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Courage / Resilience TB - Rabbit Stew and Stone Age burial

A letter from Flame alerted us to an ancient map showing where Stone Age burials were to be found - one of these was on our field!

We investigated and found a skeletal hand protruding the soil where a mole had been digging! 

While one group undertook an archaeological dig, another got busy making a rabbit stew - this gave us a true taste of what life would have been like for our hunter / gatherer ancestors.

Some incredible finds were made in our Stone Age grave and the day was rounded off for Courage by sampling the stew they had made. 

In amongst this we had some potion makers and musicians - great confidence was shown by the musicians as they performed to the rest of the class.

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Charlie really enjoyed trailblazers this week with the cooking of the rabbit! Mr Goodburn kindly gave us some to take home and Charlie and his cousin Elliot loved it! It was great to see Charlie trying something different and I’m really glad he got to experience something like this Thankyou mr Goodburn and staff great job!

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