Heron class have been immersing themselves in the Stone Age and have been finding out what people ate and drank. At Forest School everyone enjoyed making simple bread over the camp fire. The children read the recipe together and followed the instructions in the method, everyone remembered how to stay safe around the fire and followed the Forest School Code. They also tried nettle tea and sweet potato cooked over the fire.
Today, the children have been archeologists and have been disecting coprolites (fossilized poo) to work out what a Stone Age person would have eaten. They found traces of sweetcorn, berries, nettles, nuts and rainsins. We were all surprised at how realistic the faeces looked!