GALLERY: Greek day at Glebe Primary School

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GREEK mania swept through year five at Glebe Primary School in Southwick last Tuesday.

A fun-filled day saw the children making theatrical masks, which were worn in their own production of Theseus and the Minotaur.

Greek day at Glebe Primary School in Southwick D14181975a

Greek day at Glebe Primary School in Southwick D14181975a

Things got a bit gruesome as one class turned Spartan for the afternoon, while another class spent a philosophical few hours as Athenians.

Battle commenced at the end of the day, when the two clashed in the school hall.

Mrs Becca Rose, year-five teacher, said: “Anyone arriving at Glebe Primary School last Tuesday may have felt like they had stepped back in time, as Greek mania swept across year five.

“It has been a great way to kick start our summer of learning about those Ancient Greeks – and being treated as a goddess for the day wasn’t too bad either!”

The children dressed up as Ancient Greeks and took part in a variety of themed activities.

 

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